Besides the many activities for youngsters, and a play area for various sports, teenagers and adults who are looking for adrenaline activities now have a place where they can test their skills.
In addition to the zip line and the tower with alpine rocks, visitors may also make use of the two obstacle courses which have been set up between trees and two towers, and give rise to two courses among the trees. The easier course has four obstacles, and the more extreme one has six obstacles, and the hardiest visitors can combine both courses and try out all ten obstacles.
Two people can maneuver the course at the same time, and it takes 30-45 minutes to complete.
Those who make use of this attraction may not be younger than 13 years of age, and the adrenaline park will not admit anyone who is less than 150 cm (4 ft 11 in) tall.
Use of the adrenaline obstacle course, the zip line and the two artificial rocks will be free of charge for all visitors until Sunday, September 8 (from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.), and then a new schedule will be introduced, with the cost of each activity set at 5KM.
The mountain rescue team of Novi Grad Sarajevo is responsible for the training and safety of everyone who might like to try their hand at these adrenaline activities, as well as for providing first aid.
The park for children ages two to five will soon be completed at Safet Zajko Center.