Climbing park Veldhoven safest according to ANWB

A test carried out by the ANWB (Dutch Automobile Association) has shown that ‘Klimrijk’ (Realm of Climbing) in Veldhoven is one of the safest climbing parks in the Netherlands and has a high fun factor.

A test team, consisting of a climbing expert and an ANWB researcher, tested eleven Dutch climbing parks for safety and fun factor, focusing on supervision, instruction and safety systems.

In order to climb in ‘Klimrijk’, kids have to be at least four feet two. The park has four different routes, each with its own level of difficulty.

Source: Studio040

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