Ecotourism

Where to practice Tree Climbing in Italy


Thetree climbing, also known asTarzaningis a technique of climbing treeswhich allows you to access the tree canopy and move from one branch to another, thanks to a harness placed directly inside the tree. Tree climbing uses rope handling techniques to allow you to move both vertically (ascent and descent) and horizontally (movement in the canopy). To practisetree climbing in Italyit is possible thanks to a series of specially organized adventure parks.

The tree climbing it is now a sport in all respects for which national and international championships are regularly held, it is also a working method regulated by Article 116 of Legislative Decree 81/08. InItalythetree climbingit was introduced in the 1980s precisely as a working technique to allow the most fearless gardeners to move among the trees holding a chainsaw.

Where to practicetree climbing in Italy?
The choices to practice this discipline are not lacking! To offer the so-called "climbing trees” there are numerous adventure parks scattered throughout the national territory. Among these we point out theEcoCampus Casaboli, located 15 km from Palermo. It is an Adventure Park located in Monreale and offers, among the various attractions, two different routes with cableways andtree climbing.

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Who does not want to reach Sicily to practicetree climbing in Italyyou can go to the Adventure Adventure Park, in Modena or at the Natural Park of Cervia, Ravenna, where the Atlantis Adventure is located, which offers the adrenaline-pumping experience oftree climbingas a key attraction of the Park. The Cervia Natural Park, with its 30 hectares of pine forest, was created in order to safeguard a considerable part of the natural environment, while making it usable by tourists, visitors and above all by adventure lovers.

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Who does not want to limit himself to the Adventure Park, can follow a professional course oftree climbing organized by A.S.D.Tree Climbing Italia.


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