High ropes course in Tyrol

Don’t allow the ground to fall out from underneath your feet.

Wobbling tree trunks, ropes at giddy heights, and challenge after challenge to master. Whenever you think you’re done, another obstacle will pop up in front of you. Only after a challenging and fun hour and a half will you be brought down to earth again! If you want to kiss the ground, please be our guest – we don’t actually mind having solid ground under our feet either. Overcome your fears and leap into this unique climbing experience in our high ropes course in Tyrol now. Our state-of-the-art safety equipment and qualified guides ensure you’re always in safe hands.

This tour takes one and a half hours and is accompanied by our professional, certified guides, who also provide you with an introduction to the sport and safety instructions.

All equipment required for our high ropes course in Tyrol is already included in the price and provided by us. Please bring appropriate footwear and outdoor clothing. Note also that your pockets need to be empty! Phones, keys, and the like should be safely stored away in our lockers at the Climbing Base.

You must be at least twelve years old and 1.20 metres tall to participate in our high ropes course in Tyrol. The maximum weight is 120 kilograms. Other requirements include a head for heights, sure-footedness, and a good physical condition.

Helmet, harness, and everything else you need for this experience, as well as exclusive entry to our splashy Water AREA on the day of your visit are already included in the price.

This activity is available rain or shine. The high ropes course runs below a bridge, which is why you’re not going to be bothered by rain. But if the weather is actually dangerous, an alternate date will be given.

This experience is similar to climbing, but upside down. Explore the world from above enjoying a 27-metre plunge or flying like a bird 400 metres across our Water AREA. Don’t wait too long for your big leap, or you’ll probably change your mind. Just do it!


No activity allows you to come closer to the mountain and to feel its power more intensely than a climbing tour along pure rock. On this trip, you’ll be accompanied by the roaring Lehner Waterfall as well as our experienced guides. Explore one of the most beautiful via ferratas in Tyrol and reach new horizons.


The Imster Schlucht rafting experience in the Ötztal in Tyrol is a great introductory white-water trip. It has a level three difficulty rating, meaning it’s suitable for beginners. The unique course of the river, however, excites rafters of all levels. Including some excellent waves and drops that guarantee bursts of laughter in the boat and plenty of adrenaline, rafting in the Imster Schlucht delivers a mix between great natural scenery and excellent white-water and is ideal for corporate, club, school, and family trips.