High-ropes climbing park  in the Stubaital

Action, adrenalin and fun are the motto of the first Adventure Park in Tyrol near Fulpmes. Over 130 different exercises and 13 parcours between treetops wait to be mastered by visitors. Especially active holiday-makers and families will experience a day full of variety when climbing in the Stubai.

The exercises and parcours were exclusively mounted on naturally grown trees. Protecting the trees - which were neither drilled nor nailed in the process - is one of the operator’s key objectives. The Adventure park hence perfectly blends with the surrounding nature.

Highlights are the net swing that allows you to jump from a height of 12 m into a net on the other side, when sliding with the snowboard from tree to tree15 m above ground. Thanks to varied difficulty levels, there are suitable challenges for everyone. With a day-ticket visitors can climb as long as they want – and without advance registration. Those who simply want to watch do not even need a ticket.

State-of-the-art equipment as well as a well-trained team guarantee the safety of visitors. Combination belts are used exclusively. Safety equipment rental, combination belt with two carbines and helmet, is contained in the price. After a detailed briefing adventurers can explore the park on their own.

In the quaint Kraxl Hütte or in the guest garden visitors can take a break from climbing.

In the extensive team park, groups can strengthen their team spirit and the team working ability of individual members. Special elements in the Low and High Areas are to be mastered together. Under the motto “Motivation, trust, solutions “ all team members learn to co-operate in order to achieve a goal. This strengthens the entire co-operation of the team and creates best conditions for a successful collaboration also long after the trip to the team park.

outdoorprofi GmbH
Gschnalsgasse 3
6166 Fulpmes
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