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high ropes course Gerlos

Gerlos

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Experience pure thrills at the newly built highropes course with 65 stations.

 

Experience pure thrills at the newly built highropes course with 65 stations (8 kidsline & 17 Flying Fox)! After schooling, you can start the adventure while straining your courage and your skill. The Highropes Course is a series of elements mounted on a group of tree trunks at heights of 10 to 15 meters. This ropes course is like an obstacle garden made up of ropes, tightropes and tree trunks that is completed in the same way as a race course. The high emotional tension is created by the height of the elements above the ground.

A special course with ten child-friendly stations, for the very small ones, which will provide the most different tasks to the children. Here, children from a height of 105 cm - 140 cm on the side of their parents learn to playfully the balance at a height of 2-3 meters and have fun.

Duration of tour: approx. 2 hours
Minimum height: 105 cm - 130 cm with accompaniment of an adult, from 140 cm on unaccompanied
Equipment: Leisure clothing and suitable shoes (light climbing or trecking shoes)

 

Opening hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Holiday
Dates - no appoinment necessary From 26.06.22 till 09.09.22 daily from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m.  From 30.09.22 till 04.11.22 Tuesdays & Fridays from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m. Dates -  only with pre-booking From 18.06.2022 till 25.06.22 as well as from 10.09.22 till 29.09.22
Suitability
  • Suitable for kids (all ages)
Further Informations

Sports:

  • Climbing
Arrival

Categories: Freizeiteinrichtungen, Sporteinrichtungen, Freizeitsport-Einrichtungen, Sonstige Freizeiteinrichtung, Hochseilgarten, Klettergarten

high ropes course Gerlos

Hnr. 209
6281 Gerlos
Phone: +43 5284 5630
Fax machine: +43 5284 5631
E-Mail: info@berg-aktiv.at
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