Visitors to Chamonix are sure to enjoy a fun day out at the best tree adventure park in the Chamonix valley; the Accro Parc des Gaillands. This family-friendly attraction offers 5 courses with over 70 stations ranging in difficulty, making it ideal for ...more
Visitors to Chamonix are sure to enjoy a fun day out at the best tree adventure park in the Chamonix valley; the Accro Parc des Gaillands. This family-friendly attraction offers 5 courses with over 70 stations ranging in difficulty, making it ideal for kids and adults alike. Those looking for a little bit of adventure and for an adrenaline rush, in the great outdoors, will definitely enjoy a visit to the park. Visitors will be expected to zip line across the forest, walk a tightrope, and swing from trees, as well as partake in a variety of other activities while here. The numerous activities offered at the park, coupled with its breathtaking surroundings, make the Accro Parc des Gaillands worthy of a visit.
Group adult: 22 € Adult: 25 € Child: 8 to 17 €.
Opening hours of the park will vary depending on the season
2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
Visitors must partake in as many activities as possible
The Accro Parc des Gaillands does not offer prayer facilities for Muslim visitors, but there is enough of space outdoors for Muslims to offer their prayers. Because there are no known mosques or prayer rooms in Chamonix, Muslim visitors will have to return to their hotel room to offer their prayers, if unable to pray at the park.
There are no known Halal restaurants in Chamonix, so Muslim visitors will have to dine on seafood and vegetarian dishes at the local restaurants. They must however remember to double check that the items they order do not consist of any non-Halal items. Also since French dishes are famous for containing alcohol, Muslim visitors need to ensure that the dishes they order do not contain alcohol as well.