The Waldseilgarten (Forest Rope Park) in Damüls offers you a diverse and unique leisure experience during your summer vacation. “Float” in and between the trees, swing and maneuver from tree trunk to tree trunk, and simply soar over valleys with the Flying Fox. A unique experience for the whole family!
WHAT IS A FOREST ROPE PARK?
In a naturally grown forest, steel ropes are stretched between the trees at heights ranging from 2 to 10 meters. These serve as safety ropes for visitors. Various methods are used to “connect” the trees. For the visitor, the forest reveals itself from a completely new perspective. You will enjoy brilliant views, master surprising challenges, and experience interesting moments.
WHAT ABOUT SAFETY?
Every visitor receives certified safety equipment, including a climbing harness and helmet, as well as detailed instructions from our trainers. There are 2 carabiners on the climbing harness; at least one of them is always hooked into the safety rope (via the via ferrata principle), which runs throughout the forest rope park. This allows you to move safely at heights.
WHAT AWAITS ME?
The bridges between the trees are built differently; sometimes you balance over swaying planks or climb through rope loops, sometimes you cross narrow beams or zoom through the forest on a rope slide. If you ever find yourself stuck, trained instructors are available to assist you.
WHO CAN VISIT THE FOREST ROPE PARK?
The forest rope park is accessible to all visitors aged 6 and above. In the forest rope park, there are easier and more challenging courses, and you should wear sturdy shoes and comfortable clothing. Everyone can visit the Damüls Forest Rope Park, whether alone, with family, or friends. For schools, companies, and associations, there is a separate team course with various team-building exercises available.
Right next to the forest rope park, there is a sports and playground area with a beach volleyball court, soccer field, slackline, slides, and more. Toilet facilities and the “Aktiv-Treff” kiosk complement the offerings at the Damüls Forest Rope Park.