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About Karaez Adrenaline
Karaez Adrenaline is a leisure and adventure park located in the Hyeres Valley in Carhaix (Finistere), which offers a vegetal labyrinth, but also a climbing trail, as well as a leisure area with among others, inflatable games, merry-go-round, pedal kart, sled on buoy… It is also the largest permanent labyrinth in Brittany and the largest zip line in Brittany!
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HappycamperCornwall wrote a review Aug 2020
Liskeard, United Kingdom24 contributions14 helpful votes
Our 8 and 10 year old girls loved this place so much we can twice. We didn't visit the maze so can only comment on the tree courses. There are several, for different ages and abilities, and it was great value - €14 each child and we were there for 2 hours. They helpfully offered an induction in English and were on hand to help if needed.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Andrew W wrote a review Sep 2019
19 contributions5 helpful votes
Excellent day out near Cairhaix-Plouguer. E-mailed in advance (in French) to ask availability, prompt response (in English) to say busy but come along anyway we'll fit you in. Lady on reception very helpful and informative, suggested specific puzzle suitable for the children in the maze which we got into pretty quickly. Ran out of time on the puzzle but the kids had fun despite this (getting lost in a hedge maze - what's not to like!). Some of the puzzles /features in the maze didn't quite work properly - c'est la vie, that's France. Zip lines were great fun but there was only one route for very young kids, but a good variety for the other age ranges. The black route with the long zip line had some good challenges on it that were fairly strenuous (for the relatively unfit like me!). All in all it was a great day out! Note that there are fewer routes compared with Le Grand Défi in the Vendée. These however are just as good and we found Karaez Adrénaline less busy and hence the routes were freer flowing. Good day out.
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Date of experience: August 2019
Hall family wrote a review Jul 2019
Perret, France2 contributions3 helpful votes
What a disastrous day. 😐 We went to Karaez Adrénaline today what a total disappointment the labyrinth was overgrown to the point where you had to push the bushes out of the way to get through. 😬 And as for the park well other than needing permanent groundsmen to take care of the overgrowth. The gloves were all odd and torn and should see the bottom of a bin. The whole place looked tired and run down which in my opinion is Totally unacceptable with the money they are making. There were Stinging nettles everywhere there was only one course that a child from 6 years to 8 years old could do and they don’t give the children gloves. 😮 The climbing walls have seen better days all the hand and foot grips have moved around so you can’t get a proper grip to climb them. We tried turning them which helped a little but that’s just not acceptable. Even the staff had to agree that there wasn’t enough for children from the age of 6 to 8 years old to do. The other course they said she could do was the course for younger children which is too small for children aged 6-7. All the courses are determined by age and not height. All in all a very disappointing day and we won’t be going back there again 😐 Not unless the park gets a revamp, supply’s gloves for the children (small hands always end up on the zip wire line no matter how many times you remind them not to and its understandable they are only doing what they see the older people doing) so gloves for all are a must. Rethink and adapt the courses so that there are courses for children to do with their parents. I also think the system of determining what courses you can go on by age is wrong it would be far better like other parks if it was determined by height.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Response from parc p, Responsable commercial at Karaez Adrenaline
Responded 14 Jul 2020
Hello Halfamilyx3, we are sorry for your bad experience. Know that our hedges are cut regularly so that you can walk safely through the maze. Also, as for the park, it has marked paths cleaned and secured. Gloves are also available if the ones we offer are not suitable for you. As for our animation team, we are surprised by your opinion because it is known for its joviality and seriousness. As for the courses, a child of 6 years can do the yellow and green course and a child of 8 years, the yellow, green, blue, sky blue... (much more than a single course). The paths are first determined by the age so that the child can become aware of difficulty, size comes into play in the second criterion. Thanking you for choosing our park and hoping to share a better experience with you.
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Timumpteen wrote a review Aug 2018
Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom15 contributions1 helpful vote
I was doubtful about this place because the previous reviews, though good, were quite old - I had no need to worry ! I took my family (wife + 3 boys aged 11, 14, and 15) there a few weeks ago (August 2018) & we had a great time. We spent so much time on the zip wires etc. we didn't have enough time to do the maze - maybe next time. Take a look at the website for more detail, but basically there are approx. 8 routes taking you up into the trees, catering for a wide range of ages - sometimes these places are too difficult for young children but while we were there we saw lots of kids having a whale of a time on the 'easier' courses. Everyone's kitted out with helmets & safety harnesses etc. - the gear was in good condition and the routes seemed well constructed & maintained. The guides are very good - they let you go at your own pace & are there if you need help. There is also a bar/café in the nearby campsite (very close to the end of the longest zipwire) where you can stop for a rest and a coffee. Very good value - much cheaper (and just as good & safe) as GoApe in the UK and similar things I've done in Portugal. Thoroughly recommended - allow at least 3 hours if you want to do everything and have a bit of a rest, and you'll probably want to do some of the routes several times.
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Date of experience: August 2018
704katjaa wrote a review Sep 2016
Zakynthos, Greece5 contributions2 helpful votes
Fun way to spend a Sunday afternoon with your spouse of 21 years and learn new things from each others 👍🏻
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Date of experience: September 2016