Adventure parks and high rope course in Pustertal
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If you like adventure and thrills then you will appreciate the offers and activities in the Pustertal Holiday region. Romp about in the high rope course in Issing near Pfalzen and in the adventure park with high rope course in Toblach.
Dexterity and concentration
In the high rope course you can demonstrate your sense of balance, your dexterity and your ability to concentrate. A bit of courage is needed to balance on the ropes, beams and tightropes, which are stretched on various levels through the forest.
Test your limits and learn in the high rope course
All climbers are connected with each other with climbing belts and safety bonds and therefore always safe. Every participant can test his or her limits in a safe environment and can stop at anytime. Additionally all visitors are supported by our experienced safety staff.
Climbing and prepared high rope courses help to get to know yourself better, to handle stress situations better and to build up self confidence and a feeling for your own body. This is why a visit at the high rope course is especially recommended for children.
But grown-ups also come out of the high rope course stronger: team behaviour, personality, managerial behaviour and social competences are trained.
The adventure park in Toblach
In the high rope course in Toblach you will find the following courses:
Two introduction courses will help you to get used to the material and the safety technique. Here you do not go higher than 3 metres.
The Sumsi course serves as a climbing facility for the younger visitors.
Yellow and green course
The yellow course is located 2 metres above the ground, the green one 3-4 metres.
Blue, violet and red course
These courses are located between 4 and 6 metres above the ground.
If you are really free of giddiness and are looking for a true adrenaline rush, then the black course is right for you. You will climb 8-10 metres above the ground and will have to move through difficult obstacles. So, who is the bravest?
The newly built ravine course offer around 40 climbing stations. Can only be booked in advance and with a mountain guide.