High-ropes course - aiming high
In Flachau there are two high-rope courses
waiting for you. In lofty heights your dexterity, concentration and stamina
will be tested. The fun factor will increase with all overcome obstacles and you'll become after the first tentative steps more and more courageous. Cautious guides will provide you with optimum care and safety.
After your first completed tour around the high-rope course they can see the pride written all over your face. Many of you have already managed to exceed your personal limits and to cope with a little fear of heights. No one can take this experience and this indescribable feeling away from you.
Climbing on the high-ropes course can be done by anyone 8 years or older.
Look for the next dates for your high-ropes course adventure and book online straightaway:
Tip from Wolfgang Steiner, ACS - Alpincenter Salzburger Sportwelt: 150m Flying Fox above the lake
The high-ropes course in Flachauwinkl directly next to the swimming lake offers you an additional climax. The triumphant finale of your tour is the 150m long Flying Fox over the lake.
Alpine Adventure Park
This unique Austrian high-ropes course and via ferrata facilities with different levels of difficulty will definitely make your heart beat faster. Thrills are guaranteed with the extremely exposed passages, suspension
and rope bridges over the gorge,
with the flying fox
and scaling the 20m high spiders web
in the middle of the rock face. But you'll always be well secured by the experienced guides!
The Alpine Adventure Park is open for anyone older than 12 years. Surefootedness
and a head for heights is a must.
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Sport climbing and via ferrata
Sport climbing on the rocks
or at the climbing tower
- you don't need any previous knowledge for this. Professional mountain guides lead you step by step to the right technique.
Climbing at the climbing tower as well as climbing on the rocks is offered to anyone older than 6 years old.
Via ferrata are also called iron paths, as you have to overcome ladders and iron pegs and are always secured by steel ropes. With a via ferrata tour hiking in the mountains and climbing become one - a great experience. Climbing route workshops and tours
are offered to anyone age 12 or older. Surefootedness
is a must. You can find an overview of the climbing offers and dates here: