Questions & Answers
There are no reservations for private individuals and private groups. If you come with a group (> 10 people), we ask you to inform us in advance by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If there is a large crowd, there may be waiting times.
For school classes, children's birthdays and company events, please use our online form directly.
Yes, it is currently mandatory to wear gloves when climbing. If you want, you can bring your own gloves or you can buy them from us at the cash desk! The fingers must be completely enclosed by the glove in any case.
No. The forest rope park is a self-belay park. Before the climbing experience, you will receive training in which you will learn and practice our safety technology. A trainer supervises this training. Then you climb independently and on your own responsibility. If you would like to climb in the company of an experienced guide, please email the availability of a guide at least one week before your visit (email@example.com).
Climbing is allowed in light rain or wind! Before visiting us, please have a look at our our website, there you can find out whether we are open (will be announced on the homepage).
If you are unsure whether current weather conditions may have an impact on your visit, please take a quick look at our website to see if the forest rope park is open. Following this, there is no need to book or pre-register. Simply come along, start your safety training and begin your climbing experience!
No. However, please note that children under the age of 14 must be actively accompanied by an adult – this means climbing with them and not just watching from the ground!
Children under the age of 14 must be actively accompanied by an adult (i.e. accompanying persons must climb with them). Children under the age of 16 not wishing to climb with a legal guardian (but with friends, etc.) require a consent form from their parents. The forms for Download here.
The following ratios of supervisors to climbers are to be taken into account:
Children 110cm to 130cm tall 1 child: 1 adult
Children 130cm to 150cm tall 3 children: 1 adult
Children 150cm tall to 14 years of age 5 children: 1 adult
No. This is not allowed for safety reasons. Visitors may only use those helmets and safety belts which we have tested and supplied ourselves.
Sturdy, closed shoes and comfortable clothing.
Here at the forest rope park, people who have a fear of heights have the chance to try out a range of heights at their own pace. Our lowest elements start at a height of 3.5m. What’s more, you also have the opportunity to book a personal guide for € 45.00/hour.
To book a guide, we ask that you please contact:
A flying fox is another word for zip line. On a flying fox, climbers are suspended from a steel rope in a harness. When released, the climber then flies downhill at breathtaking speeds!
No, in the forest rope park we have a strict non-smoking policy.
Before visiting, please check our website for information (this will be posted on our homepage) as to whether we are open. As a general rule: a little light wind or rain has never stopped us from climbing!
When on the course, climbers may not carry objects such as bags, rucksacks, jewellery, watches, mobile phones, cameras etc. on their person. This is because these can pose a risk to others (i.e. when dropped) or the participants themselves.
There is no minimum age limit, but participants must be at least 110cm tall. We recommend the forest rope park to most children over the age of six.
No, the forest rope park is suited to both beginners and more advanced climbers.
Yes, the weight limit of 120kg must not be exceeded.
Yes, however dogs must be kept on a lead. However, a dog cannot climb along, it has to wait for you on the ground.