High ropes course in Bichlbach
A stay in the Tiroler Zugspitze Arena is a proven recipe for holidays full of unique experiences. If you’d like to see the region from an entirely new perspective, you can do so on the high ropes course at the sports & leisure park in Bichlbach. Ready for an unforgettable adventure high above the ground?
Visiting the high ropes course
Five exciting courses with 60 climbing elements ensure thrill and action at this alpine climbing forest. Floating elements, a sky trapeze, a giant spiderweb, and the flying fox: You’ll have many opportunities to prove your courage and dexterity. From easy climbing features for beginners to challenging courses for experienced climbers – everyone can find a suitable challenge that lets them test their limits.
Good to know: You don’t need any experience or equipment to visit the high ropes course in Bichlbach. You can simply rent the equipment you need right on site, and a safety instructor will give you a professional introduction. And of course, all elements and obstacles are perfectly secured.
Tip: Families with kids older than five years should give the special beginner’s course a try. It’s not too high, and thanks to relatively easy, playful elements, everyone can quickly get accustomed to mastering the obstacles a few feet off the ground.
Looking for more adventures? Then you might want to visit the sports and leisure park right next to the high ropes course. Kids rafting, minigolf, beach volleyball, tennis and more: On the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze, families can enjoy exciting days full of fun and variety.
Climbing on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze
The high ropes course is by far not the only thing you can do in the vertical plane in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. Climbing aficionados will also feel right at home on the various via ferratas of the region. And in case the weather doesn’t quite play along with your plans, you should visit the indoor climbing gym in Ehrwald. No matter what you decide on: You can definitely have lots of fun high above the ground on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze.