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Photo TR : Parc Terraltitude, Aventure Parc, Fumay, France


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Last weekend, we were spending a long weekend in the very south of Belgium, near the French border. At only 30 minutes driving, the Fantasticable at Haybes Fumay in France could be found.

 

So what is a Fantasticable ? It's a cable and it is fantastic

Watch following video, and you'll know what it is.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7IjXeo8m0k .

 

There are several of those cables in 3 european countries : Portugal, Italy and France. More info on www.fantasticable.com/.

 

The one we did is 1159 meters long, height difference 110 meters, and maximum speed 115 km/hour.

 

I rode the Fantasticable in Fumay last year September for the first time, but couldn't wait to reride it. My 11 year old daughter was all ready to ride it aswell.

 

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We were staying in a very small place called Chairaire : there were no shops at all in the village. My brother in law didn't care about the stores. He started playing golf as soon as we arrived.

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We were staying in the first challet of the village, so the village name was written on the challet.

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It was quite a big challet.

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My daughter got a short initiation in golf.

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My drinks during dinner the first night.

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If it would have been upto me, we were riding the Fantasticable as soon as we arrived, but I had to wait till the third day before going to Fumay. In stead we want walking the second day.

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It was a nice walk though.

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Steep climbs ..

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Beautiful views.

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I had to read that place's name twice ;-)

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Finally Saturday and time for the Fantasticable.

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The parking is a the other side of the river.

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And you have to cross this bridge before entering the park

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The park in fact has 2 names : Terraltitude is I think the area name of the complete park.

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It's a 700 metres walk to the Aventure Parc.

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In summer you can ride the cable till 1 am.

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Besides the cable, there are lots of other things to do. There is even a bungeejump tower (of which I didn't get any pics)

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The Fantasticable, that's why we're here for.

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Aventure Parc : a lot of climbing courses.

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You can ride the cable if your weight is between 35 and 120 kgs.

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My daughter's weight is 37 kgs, so she was ready to ride.

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And really looking forward to it.

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Fully equipped.

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My brothers in law.

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Me

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My daughter's ready.

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The drive uphill is exciting too.

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Then it was our turn.

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It's quite high.

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My first brother in law all ready for the descend.

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And there he goes.

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My daughter getting attached to the cable.

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All set

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There she goes.

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The breaks.

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And she totally enjoyed it and wanted to go again.

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My turn. Here I'm attached to the cable already.

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The view from the starting point.

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And I'm off.

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Shouted hello to the lonely biker below.

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Nice views.

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Only once you're between the trees, you experience the speed you're going at.

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My family waiting for me.

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Me going down

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In the breaks

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We survived it once more.

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Great report Benny, I'd be so much more likely to do that than bungey jump off a bridge or dam like they like to do here.

 

Yeah, me too. For some reason, I think bungee jumping is too dangerous. On the Fantasticable, I felt perfectly safe though. Otherwise I wouldn't have allowed my daughter on it. The material they use is very professional and comfortable.

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