Our aerial course is not like the classic “tree to tree” courses: all participants are on the structure at the same time and choose where they want to go. You can repeat the modules several times, change height levels and stop when you have enough.
Our suspended maze includes 70 games spread over 4 levels. In addition to always keeping in touch with the guide-facilitator, you can help each other or challenge each other. It’s an activity that is both sporting, fun and social!
Reserving a departure is mandatory and can only be done online when purchasing tickets. To be admitted to the course, you must also complete and sign the Risk and Regulation Acceptance Form, which you can download here. You can fill it out on site, but if you can do it before coming, this speeds up arrivals.
The number of places is limited to 25 – 30 participants. Departures are maintained in the event of rain and canceled only in the event of a strong storm.
Departures: 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., depending on the day and availability. No access to the course is possible in the event of a delay.
For more information or for any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at 1 800 603-6738, ext. 201 Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Attention fans of new experiences! Come experience the adventure of the suspended maze in a nighttime version for a unique experience! It is under the spotlights, lasers and other light displays that you will experience the thrills of this aerial journey.
The only difference with the day course is that the double zip line will not be accessible and you will not be able to walk along the trails of the Domaine, nor arrive during the day (unless you purchase an additional Land Activity package) .
From August 5 at 7 p.m. The activity ends no later than 10 p.m.
Reserved for ages 12 and over.
Upon your arrival, we check that the participants have the minimum required height and that they respect the conditions of participation and clothing. The instructors put the harness on you, give you a helmet and direct you to the “training cabin”.
The guide-facilitator will give you training to explain the rules, how the system works and the course. The group is then invited to do the first level of the course to ensure that everyone is comfortable and follows the instructions, before going to the other levels.
After the course time, the guide-facilitator sounds a whistle to gather the participants on the zip line platform. The straps are rechecked and two by two, each on their own cable, you will set off through the forest and above the lake. Note that there are 4 small zip lines in the game, which will allow you to launch yourself into the void with more confidence!
Finally, if you have enough energy left, we have one last challenge for you: the climbing pole. Will you be able to ring the bell at the top?
The activity lasts 2 to 3 hours, including training, depending on your energy level!
Safety question, all equipment is provided and mandatory: harness, strap to attach to the lifeline and helmet. Gloves are not necessary, but you can bring them or buy them on site. Our system is among the safest. The harness encompasses the lower and upper body. The strap has two hooks, with a locking system preventing them from being opened simultaneously. Finally, the guide(s), depending on the number of participants, supervise the progress of the activity, always ready to intervene to help or encourage you.
An experience not to be missed!