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High Ropes Course, Bohinj, Slovenia
Slovenia

It is all about having fun. The High ropes course is an obstacle course built on wooden pillars 8 m above the ground and completing different tasks so high up represent completely different way of amusement.

It chaleges your coordination, balance, self confidence and tries you to overcome the inner fear over the heights. It is great amusment and fun especially if done with your friends.

Copyright: Matjaz Kacicnik
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Taken: 28/09/2011
Caricate: 28/09/2011
Aggiornato: 28/08/2014
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Tags: nature; outdoors; people; sports; adventure; bohinj; slovenia; action
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