Climbing in the Bregenzerwald - adventure and fun

In the Bregenzerwald there are three large high ropes courses for sporty families. There you can climb, balance, slide and swing. Challenges amidst tall trees, deep canyons and rock formations offer fun and thrills. From the Flying Fox to the Mega Swing, there are a variety of adventures on offer for families and athletes. Perfect for team building and workshops, our adventure parks & forest ropes courses offer serious fun. Standard-compliant safety systems ensure safety from ascent to descent. Helmets and harnesses are provided on site.

Forest ropes course Damüls

From children under the age of six to grandma and grandpa: the forest ropes course in Damüls offers climbing fun for everyone who wants to put their climbing skills to the test here. After training by certified trainers and completion of a trial course, families can also independently explore the courses at different heights. In the forest below the village is the rope garden with six courses of various levels of difficulty. In the middle of the forest you whiz on the legendary Flying Fox Bahn in two stages over a 40 meter deep gorge. There is also a soccer and beach volleyball court, a children’s playground and a barbecue area on site.

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Zwei Erwachsene am Klettern auf Netz zwischen Bäumen in Damüls
Person am klettern zwischen Bäumen im Abenteuerpark Schröcken

Schröcken Adventure Park

The Schröcken adventure park offers a wide range of climbing over water, in the forest and on rock. Families with children from the age of 6 can also enjoy easier courses. The water course includes 20 facilities over water and rock, including a flying fox over white water. The slightly more demanding Himmelreich course with 10 facilities is for children aged 12 and over. Outside of the high ropes course there is the Flying Fox Park Safari for children from 6 years (accompanied) and adults, as well as the “Mega Swing” for a safe jump over a river. An aqua high ropes course is also nearby. Vorarlberg’s largest high ropes course above water is idyllically located in the Bregenzerache gorge near Bersbuch. The climbing routes stretch along the cliffs on both sides of the river and cover 550 meters with 44 stations.

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Via Ferrata Warth-Schröcken

In the impressive mountain landscape of Tannberg and Arlberg, surrounded by the elevated villages of Warth and Schröcken, a true Eldorado opens up for climbing enthusiasts. One of these climbs is the Karhorn via ferrata. This attractive climbing route is considered one of the easiest in Vorarlberg and even offers children the opportunity to participate. It is divided into the easier “Ostgrat” via ferrata and the somewhat challenging “Westgrat” via ferrata.

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Blick auf das Karhorn mit fünf Kletterern