Safety is very important to us

Here you will find everything related to rules and safety in our climbing forest.

Is It Even Safe?

Yes! Compared to other outdoor sports, a visit to our climbing forest is very safe. We have been dealing with safety in the Tree Top Climbing Courses for almost 20 years. With the all-round Ropeglider system, an extensive safety concept and certified trainers, we offer the highest level of safety.
Nevertheless, it remains an outdoor sport that involves risks. In the event of gross violations of the safety instructions and usage rules, injuries are possible.

Age Restrictions

Climbing is possible in the kids‘ course at the age of 4 years. The course is between 1.2 and 1.7 m in height. 4 and 5 year olds can be supervised by adults from the ground. An adult can supervise up to three children. For 6-7 year olds, one adult can take care of up to 8 children.

 

Children from the age of 6 are allowed on the high course, but an adult must accompany them there. An adult can accompany and supervise up to 3 children aged 6-7 on the course. For 8-9 year olds, the accompanying person can also supervise from the ground (up to 6 children).

 

Children up to the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult in the climbing forest. Children aged 12 and over can also visit the climbing forest on their own with the parent's consent (download see below).

 

 

Safety Instructions

The climbing forest may only be entered after a safety briefing and after walking through the practice course. First the equipment is put on and checked. Then you must climb the practice course under the supervision of the trainer.

If your last visit was no longer than three weeks ago (+bonus card), you will receive a brief safety instruction.

 

The safety trainers will supervise you on the practice course. Additionally up to four trainers walk around the high coursesand can be called for questions or uncertainties.

 

You can also book a personal trainer for your climbing time.

The safety trainers will supervise you on the practice course. Additionally up to four trainers walk around the high coursesand can be called for questions or uncertainties.

 

You can also book a personal trainer for your climbing time.

 

Do Our Safety Trainers Accompany You?

The safety trainers will supervise you on the practice course. Additionally up to four trainers walk around the high courses and can be called for questions or uncertainties.

 

You can also book a personal trainer for your climbing time.

 

Climbing Outfit

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For climbing you need comfortable and insensitive clothing, which you would also wear for hiking in the forest. To prevent injuries, you must take off jewelry and tie back long hair. You should take off or stow long ribbons or scarves.

 

You are welcome to bring your own helmet (also bicycle helmets).

 

Drinks and Food

You are welcome to bring food and drinks. Nonetheless we always offer a selection of cold drinks, ice cream and Energy and chocolate bars.

Health restrictions

We do not recommend climbing for people with health restrictions, such as neck, back or heart problems. The same goes for pregnant women and people who have recently had surgery.

Baggage

It's best to leave everything in the car, bus or at home that you don't need in the climbing forest. The lockers and storage options are limited. All things you want to take on the course must be stowed away properly.

Weight limit

Climbing is possible to up to 100kg (220lbs)