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So I had never even heard of a barefoot walk until we visited my friend in Germany. Apparently these are very popular there. It was so much fun! If you like kicking off your shoes and walking on grass, rocks, sand, and even mud this...More
This site is almost like a social sciences experiment - The entire "product" is that you get to walk barefoot on a path with changing textures - mud, sand, grass, rocks and wait for it - prickly pine cones. That is pretty much it, and...More
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mitallensinnen, Inhaber at Park mit Allen Sinnen, responded to this reviewResponded 3 September 2017
Thank you for your very friendly commentary !!
I am sure you were well informed before your visit in the park. You found a lot of pictures on our site, in our informationes and at the entrance of our park. We did not promise anything...More
This is one of those things that you do for your kids. We are traveling with two boys (3 and 6) with a lot of energy, so after visiting Triberg, we decided to take this trail, and we were not mistaken. The boys didn't want...More
We visited on June, 2016. We were a family of 4. My wife, myself and our two boys ages 11 and 9.
The "park of senses" is a very unique place" where you mainly walk barefoot on different surfaces.
There are also stations where you...More
OK, I'm going to be honest: it's my wife who loved it. The whole concept of walking through the Schwarzwald barefoot was heaven on earth to her. And admittedly: it's well organised. You pay an entrance fee, you recieve a key to a locker for...More
I love the idea of this park. Pay your money, take your shoes off and walk. Upon entry you're issued with a locker key and bid farewell to your shoes. What follows is a couple of hours of, frankly, foot torture as you negotiate your...More
The concept of a senses walk is brilliant but in reality it left a lot to be desired.
Parking is limited next door to the site and the start of the walk is well organised with lockers to store your footwear as you are supposed...More