Tons of fun for the kids (and for parents who like to take pictures of their kids having fun). There are all different levels, some really hard. It was adorable to see toddlers starting to climb with help from their parents. We had a nine year old with us who had an easier trail but with all the elements (and all the safety procedures), a twelve year old who had to deal with quite high and scary sections, and two older teenagers that went on the hardest route - and it was a real challenge. The guides hang around to help. We spent a few hours at the park. This was a day trip after walking around Bellagio (Lake Como) and was a perfect different activity. Definitely recommended.