Covid-19 Policy

PARK IS OPERATING UNDER ALERT LEVEL 2 GUIDELINES.

Level 1PrepareThe park is OPEN with procedures to enable contact tracing and good hygiene practice.
Level 2ReduceLIMITED ADMISSIONS, entry by appointment only. Specific control measures in place to mitigate the risk of transmission.
Level 3 or 4Restrict/LockdownPark is CLOSED. No public access.
Risk disclosure: a certain level of exposure to COVID-19 risk will remain at any Alert Level.

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY AT ALERT LEVEL 1*

Don’t come if you have any flu-like symptoms. You’re supposed to stay at home and call your Doctor or Healthline.

Contact tracing: All adults to sign-in with the NZ COVID Tracer App or enter a tracking slip in the ballot box.

Maintain good hygiene practice. Wash your hands, cough or sneeze into your elbow. Hand sanitizer dispensers are available, but we advise to bring your own hand sanitizer.

Keep your distance, it’s still worthwhile to keep your distance from people you don’t know while out and about in the park

(*) applies to all, including employees and contractors of Adventure Forest

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY AT ALERT LEVEL 2

In addition to Level 1 conditions, the following control measures are in place to limit gathering numbers, maintain physical distancing, enable good hygiene practices and contact tracing.

Admissions:

Our total number of participants is capped each day to 50% of the nominal park capacity.

As we are allowed 100 people maximum in the park at any point of time, we have to limit the number of spectators / visitors not climbing. You will have to indicate the number of visitors not climbing as well as actual participants at the time of booking. We reserve our right to deny entry to visitors not climbing at any point of time. Our decision is final.

Group bookings (schools…) are staggered if needed to minimize overlapping. The total number of visitors (participants, supervisors, spectators) is set on a case by case for each booking.

Contact tracing: All adults must sign-in with the NZ COVID Tracer App or or put their entry slip in the ballot box. Schools to provide an updated and accurate list of students participating, as well as all adults accompanying the group.

On-site:

Entry allowed to bookings only. You are allocated a time slot, make sure everybody arrive on time, all at once. The group must leave at the end of the booking.

Stay with your group, don’t mix up with other visitors.

Maintain a distance of a least one obstacle between two groups on a same course: don’t progress to the next tree if there is already someone from another group. On the ground, keep a distance of 1 metre from others, ideally 2 metres. Staff will wear face covering when they work less than 1 meter from you (e.g.: fitting harnesses, rescue…)

Wash your hands, wash your hands, wash your hands.

Gear:

Single used of safety gear set (harness, connectors, pulley, helmet), by one person only each single day . You’ll be explained how to handle and return your personal equipment. Please respect these rules.

We advise to bring your own helmet (a regular bike helmet is suitable). We will supply one if needed.

Bring your own gloves and hand-sanitiser.

NO ENTRY AT ALERT LEVEL 3 or 4

THE PARK IS CLOSED, NO PUBLIC ACCESS

COVID-19 RISK DISCLOSURE

We want to remind you that despite our best efforts, a certain level of exposure to COVID-19 risk will remain at any Alert Level.

There may be situations where it’s not practical to maintain physical distancing, for example when the staff checks your safety gear fits properly or when a rescue is needed. Specific control measures are in place in this case, for example wearing a face mask; the staff will explain what to do. Please follow their instructions.

There may be people from other groups visiting the park. Adventure Forest is a vast space but you will have to be careful to maintain an adequate spacing up in the trees and on the ground.

Some components of the fall protection equipment will be used by several people. Washing hands frequently is primordial. Large groups will be required to nominate designated supervisors to minimise contact with shared surfaces.

We all have a part to play, your active participation is essential, thank you!