I want to swing like you, cling to you

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July 6th, 2014 3:00 pm| by admin
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Air that teenager, overcome your fear of heights and let those daredevil children strut their stuff high up in the trees at Carlsberg Byen. 

Klatreskoven is an obstacle course that includes ropes, branches and even a car! Six different courses designed for kids from the age of three, and adults, will take you back to your monkey roots, all while secured by steel straps. 

Supervised by fun-loving and experienced instructors, Klatreskoven is a fun day out for the family, whether you stay a metre off the ground or dare to venture into the tree-tops. 

Klatreskoven, Carlsberg Byen, Pasteursvej 8-10, Cph V; open Sat & Sun 10:00-18:00; 50-200kr; klatreskoven.dk 

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