Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, certain special rules may apply (e.g., for accompanying children). Please inform yourself here!

Forest climbing park Velbert Langenberg

How long does a climbing session take?

It depends on what courses they climb and how crowded the facility is. In the children’s course (from 105 cm/age recommendation: min. 4 years) you climb for 90 minutes plus a few minutes. Strap in and briefing. Afterwards you can climb for half an hour in the climbing labyrinth (max. 140 cm and max. 50 kg per person). In the adventure course (from 140 cm/age recommendation: min. 9 years) you have 4 hours including instruction at your disposal. After this period you must then return your climbing harness. If slower climbers or a possible rescue should cause a backlog, you can of course finish your climb. The climbing times are timed so that even slower or timid climbers can complete the kids’ course or the adventure course in the allotted time.

Do I have to have climbing experience?

No, not at all. Our forest climbing parks are aimed at all children, adults and senior citizens with a normal physical condition – you don’t have to be a climber or athlete with us. Fun, excitement and a light sporting activity in nature are the focus.

What if I’m afraid of heights?

Our forest climbing parks are often visited by people with a fear of heights who want to explore and sometimes overcome their own limits. After the instruction you can choose the courses freely and increase slowly. After a short time, many notice how well and safely they can get through the trees and then venture on to the next course. However, if you notice at the beginning that the climbing is too much for you, you will get your entrance fee back.

Isn’t climbing dangerous?

A visit to a climbing park, like any sporting leisure activity, is always associated with a residual risk. However, our forest climbing parks set nationwide standards in terms of safety – since 2011, we have been using a new type of safety system that makes it virtually impossible to unclip while climbing. Our plant meets the highest safety requirements according to DIN EN 15567. You will also be looked after by a team of climbing experts and sports scientists, of whose excellent training we are particularly proud. That is why a visit to our forest climbing parks is no more risky than a bike ride.

Who is not allowed to climb?

  • Children under 105 cm tall.
  • People weighing more than 130 kilos.
  • People under the influence of alcohol (drinking alcohol before climbing is strictly forbidden!) or drugs.
  • Persons who do not follow the instructions of our staff (these persons can be expelled from the climbing park even during climbing and are not entitled to a refund of the entrance fee).
  • People with physical or mental disabilities. However, we offer them a supervised climbing opportunity in the children’s course with continuous safety. Please enquire with our central booking hotline.

In principle, we reserve the right not to allow people to climb in our forest climbing parks if we consider this to be a safety risk for the person themselves or other climbing guests.

Can children actually climb?

Yes, already from 105 cm height the kids can use the children’s area with more than 20 climbing elements and ropeways. From 140 cm height the kids can already climb through the whole adventure area.

Children under 6 years of age must be accompanied by an adult when climbing. One adult can take care of 2 kids.

Children ages 6-13 must be accompanied by an adult on the ground. One adult can take care of 10 children (special rules for school classes).

From the age of 14, teenagers are allowed to climb completely free and visit our park on their own.

How can I pay?

You can pay cash or with EC card on site. If you wish to pay by invoice, please email us in advance at info@wald-abenteuer.de with your full billing address.

Does every companion have to pay?

No, unlike in classic amusement parks, only those who climb pay. Accompanying persons can accompany the climbers from the ground free of charge, take photos, etc. Accompanying school classes (max. 1 per 10 pupils) and disabled climbers do not pay admission (Attention: in case of disabilities, it is essential to consult us in advance).

Do I have to book in advance?

Pre-booking of admission places is compulsory. You can reserve at any time, free of charge and without obligation: simply click here, only available places on opening days will be displayed. You will receive a booking confirmation by email immediately. Payment is made on the spot. You are also welcome to use our booking hotline (0221 98 25 6000).

When do I need the registration forms?

Before climbing, all climbers must fill out a participation form and thereby declare their agreement with the general terms and conditions of the climbing park. To save time, you can download the registration forms and forward them to all participants in advance to read and complete. You can of course also fill in the registration forms on site.

School classes and clubs can fill out their own registration form and bring a list of names. This saves you having to have each participant fill out an individual form.

Why do I have to be there 20 minutes before my briefing time?

Your booked induction time will be forfeited or passed on to other visitors if you do not turn up completely ready for the induction start. Keep in mind that there may be a small line at the box office, you will still need to fill out sign-in sheets, pay, take off jewelry, lock/stow things, and possibly go to the restroom.

Do you offer discounts?

We offer discounts on our standard rates for groups of 15 or more, families, students, pupils and trainees. Some of the discounts only apply during the week. For exact prices, please refer to our online quote. In addition, every year around Easter and around Christmas you can get our vouchers for 20% cheaper in the voucher shop.

How to book for clubs, companies or school classes?

For these groups we offer special programs. Please have a look at the categories on the homepage and send us a request by e-mail. School groups pay much less than the normal price, you can find the current prices here.

Is it possible to celebrate a birthday on site?

Of course, our climbing forests offer an ideal environment for a birthday party. We additionally offer special birthday programs. Simply click here for more information or contact us.

How can I get food on site?

Either bring your own food or use our climbing bistro “Das Baumhaus” and the associated beer garden.

Can I come with a dog?

Of course! Accompanying persons who do not climb can lead the dog on a leash through the entire forest climbing park. Again and again you will find “playmates” to romp around with on our grounds.

What if the weather is bad?

Our guests are not even impressed by a rain shower. Rain or a light wind will not affect your climbing fun in any way. Just adjust your clothing to the weather conditions. In case of thunderstorms or storms we have to close the facility for safety reasons. If you are unable to continue climbing due to weather conditions, you will be refunded your entrance fee or vouchers for another day, depending on the situation. Our employees on site decide situationally in your favour.

Do I need to bring anything?

No, only appropriate “outdoor clothing” is required, the entire climbing equipment is provided by us. Sturdy shoes (sneakers with a treaded sole are especially recommended), clothes in which you can move and which may also get dirty, as well as a rain jacket in case of rain are useful.

Do I need gloves?

Theoretically, you do not need gloves. You do not have to hold on to steel cables or brake on cable cars. Of course, if you want, you can still bring some with you. You are also welcome to buy some on site for €2.90.

Do I have to wear a helmet?

We do not make helmets compulsory. Own helmets or bicycle helmets are also not allowed.

Can I climb with an action camera?

Yes, but not attached to a helmet but with a head or chest strap.

Normal cameras can also be taken on the course, if they are secured to the body in such a way that they cannot fall off.

Can I bring my own belt?

No, they are only allowed to climb with our harnesses, because they are checked regularly and we use special belay systems.

Why is the forest climbing park in Velbert-Langenberg so special?

Our forest climbing park offers numerous highlights that make your experience with us truly unique and also clearly distinguish us from other parks:

  • In the forest climbing park at the Bismarck Tower in Velbert-Langenberg you will find long ropeways (one of which crosses the picnic meadow) as well as Germany’s first children’s course, which was approved in 2009 in accordance with the playground standard. For the first time, kids as tall as 105 cm can climb to heights of up to 10 meters – as safely as climbing 1 meter above the ground.
  • More than 100 climbing elements between the trees at a height of up to 16 metres, 8 ropeways with a length of up to 180 metres, climbing highlights such as the Tarzan jump from a height of 7 metres into a net 10 metres away, the Banana Jump and many more.
  • The death slingshot, a real adrenaline jump from a height of 11 meters into nothingness. A feeling that the best roller coaster can’t offer. Included in the adventure price and can be used without supervision.
  • A wonderful beer garden as well as our climbing bistro “Das Baumhaus” directly at the Bismarck Tower.
  • A miniature golf course right next to the forest climbing park.
  • The Bismarck Tower, which our guests can climb free of charge when it is open – including a view as far as the Ruhr area.
  • In the opinion of our guests, the most beautiful and natural forest climbing park location in the greater Essen/Wuppertal/Düsseldorf area, genuine nature experience on around 5 hectares of forest! Nothing but green and sky above and below you.
  • A picnic area in the forest climbing park with playground, barbecue facilities, etc.
  • One of the highest safety standards for forest climbing parks in the whole of Germany.
  • A free parking lot directly at the forest climbing park – only 2 minutes to the reception.

Are there lockers on site?

Yes, we offer free lockers on site. In addition, upon request, our staff will issue fanny packs in which you can stow items that you wish to carry with you while climbing.

Are there any cancellation fees?

On regular opening days, no no-show fees apply (exception: for groups of 15 or more, the cancellation fees listed below apply).

For Team Events as well as special openings (i.e., dates on days not listed in our Opening Calendar are highlighted in yellow), the following cancellation policy applies: up to 48h prior to the appointment, cancellations can be made free of charge; for cancellations between 24 and 48 hours prior to the appointment, a 50% cancellation fee applies; for cancellations less than 24 hours prior to the appointment, a 100% fee applies. This also applies if the number of participants deviates by 15% or more downwards.

How does the entrance fee come about?

In conventional high ropes courses, a single guest pays between €30 and €50 for a three-hour programme. A climbing forest like ours, on the other hand, can offer a much lower price due to simple self-securing techniques and higher utilization. Nevertheless, a climbing forest remains a very supervision-intensive leisure activity and cannot be compared with a visit to a swimming pool. Moreover, no savings were made at the expense of safety in the construction of the facility and the equipment for the participants. Please take into account that from the beginning of November until the end of March, no income is generated and our meanwhile large team of permanent employees must also be paid in winter.

In the time since 2015, we have only increased our prices by €1. Despite constant expansion of our park, conversion to the most modern safety systems, fair payment of our employees, and much more. For the 2021 season, we’ll have to raise our prices a bit. At the same time, we are also increasing our discounts for families, schoolchildren, students and trainees so that as many people as possible can continue to afford to visit us. In addition, we maintain many cooperations, provide numerous free vouchers to social institutions and continue to offer very reasonable school class rates.

 


Forest climbing park Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler

How long does a climbing session take?

It depends on what courses they climb and how crowded the facility is. In the children’s course (from 105 cm/age recommendation: min. 4 years) you climb for 90 minutes plus a few minutes. Strap in and briefing. Afterwards you can climb for half an hour in the climbing labyrinth (max. 140 cm and max. 50 kg per person). In the adventure course (from 140 cm/age recommendation: min. 9 years) you have 4 hours including instruction at your disposal. After this period you must then return your climbing harness. If slower climbers or a possible rescue should cause a backlog, you can of course finish your climb. The climbing times are timed so that even slower or timid climbers can complete the kids’ course or the adventure course in the allotted time.

Do I have to have climbing experience?

No, not at all. Our forest climbing parks are aimed at all children, adults and senior citizens with a normal physical condition – you don’t have to be a climber or athlete with us. Fun, excitement and a light sporting activity in nature are the focus.

What if I’m afraid of heights?

Our forest climbing parks are often visited by people with a fear of heights who want to explore and sometimes overcome their own limits. After the instruction you can choose the courses freely and increase slowly. After a short time, many notice how well and safely they can get through the trees and then venture on to the next course. However, if you notice at the beginning that the climbing is too much for you, you will get your entrance fee back.

Isn’t climbing dangerous?

A visit to a climbing park, like any sporting leisure activity, is always associated with a residual risk. However, our forest climbing parks set nationwide standards in terms of safety – since 2011, we have been using a new type of safety system that makes it impossible to unlock during climbing. Our plant meets the highest safety requirements according to DIN EN 15567. You will also be looked after by a team of climbing experts and sports scientists, of whose excellent training we are particularly proud. That is why a visit to our forest climbing parks is no more risky than a bike ride.

Who is not allowed to climb?

  • Children under 105 cm tall.
  • People weighing more than 130 kilos and for our mega cable car a maximum of 100 kilos.
  • People under the influence of alcohol (drinking alcohol before climbing is strictly forbidden!) or drugs.
  • Persons who do not follow the instructions of our staff (these persons can be expelled from the climbing park even during climbing and are not entitled to a refund of the entrance fee).
  • People with physical or mental disabilities. However, we offer them a supervised climbing opportunity in the children’s course with continuous safety. Please enquire with our central booking hotline.

In principle, we reserve the right not to allow people to climb in our forest climbing parks if we consider this to be a safety risk for the person themselves or other climbing guests.

Can children actually climb?

Yes, already from 105 cm height the kids can use the children’s area with more than 20 climbing elements and ropeways. From 140 cm height the kids can already climb through the whole adventure area.

Children under 6 years of age must be accompanied by an adult when climbing. One adult can take care of 2 kids.

Children ages 6-13 must be accompanied by an adult on the ground. One adult can take care of 10 children (special rules for school classes).

From the age of 14, teenagers are allowed to climb completely free and visit our park on their own.

How can I pay?

You can pay cash or with EC card on site. If you wish to pay by invoice, please email us in advance at info@wald-abenteuer.de with your full billing address.

Does every companion have to pay?

No, unlike in classic amusement parks, only those who climb pay. Accompanying persons can accompany the climbers from the ground free of charge, take photos, etc. Accompanying school classes (max. 1 per 10 pupils) and disabled climbers do not pay admission (Attention: in case of disabilities, it is essential to consult us in advance).

Do I have to book in advance?

Pre-booking of admission places is compulsory. You can reserve at any time, free of charge and without obligation: simply click here, only available places on opening days will be displayed. You will receive a booking confirmation by email immediately. Payment is made on the spot. You are also welcome to use our booking hotline (0221 98 25 6000).

When do I need the registration forms?

Before climbing, all climbers must fill out a participation form and thereby declare their agreement with the terms and conditions of the climbing park. To save time, you can complete the registration forms and forward them to all attendees in advance to read and complete. You can of course also fill in the registration forms on site.

School classes and clubs can fill out their own registration form and bring a list of names. This saves you having to have each participant fill out an individual form.

Why do I have to be there 20 minutes before my briefing time?

Your booked induction time will be forfeited or passed on to other visitors if you do not turn up completely ready for the induction start. Bear in mind that there may be a small queue at the ticket office, you still have to fill in the registration forms, pay, take off jewellery, lock/stow things and go to the toilet.

Do you offer discounts?

We offer discounts on our standard rates for groups of 15 or more, families, students, pupils and trainees. Some of the discounts only apply during the week. For exact prices, please refer to our online quote. In addition, every year around Easter and around Christmas you can get our vouchers for 20% cheaper in the voucher shop.

How to book for clubs, companies or school classes?

For these groups we offer special programs. Please have a look at the categories on the homepage and send us a request by e-mail. School groups pay much less than the normal price, you can find the current prices here.

Is it possible to celebrate a birthday on site?

Of course, our climbing forests offer an ideal environment for a birthday party. We additionally offer special birthday programs. Simply click here for more information or contact us.

Can I come with a dog?

Of course! Accompanying persons who do not climb can lead the dog on a leash through the entire forest climbing park. Again and again you will find “playmates” to romp around with on our grounds.

What if the weather is bad?

Our guests are not even impressed by a rain shower. Rain or a light wind will not affect your climbing fun in any way. Just adjust your clothing to the weather conditions. In case of thunderstorms or storms we have to close the facility for safety reasons. If you are unable to continue climbing due to weather conditions, you will be refunded your entrance fee or vouchers for another day, depending on the situation. Our employees on site decide situationally in your favour.

Do I need to bring anything?

No, only appropriate “outdoor clothing” is required, the entire climbing equipment is provided by us. Sturdy shoes (sneakers with a treaded sole are especially recommended), clothes in which you can move and which may also get dirty, as well as a rain jacket in case of rain are useful.

Do I need gloves?

Theoretically, you do not need gloves. You do not have to hold on to steel cables or brake on cable cars. Of course, if you want, you can still bring some with you. You are also welcome to buy some on site for €2.90.

Do I have to wear a helmet?

We only require helmets for the children’s course in our Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler forest climbing park, otherwise we do not issue helmets. Own helmets or bicycle helmets are also not allowed.

Can I climb with an action camera?

Yes, but not attached to a helmet but with a head or chest strap.

Normal cameras can also be taken on the course, if they are secured to the body in such a way that they cannot fall off.

Can I bring my own belt?

No, they are only allowed to climb with our harnesses, because they are checked regularly and we use special belay systems.

Why is the Waldkletterpark Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler so special?

Our forest climbing park offers numerous highlights that will make your experience with us truly unique:

  • The longest and most exciting mega cable car in the Rhineland across the valley of the Paradieswiese. 450 meters in total length and a height of up to 35 meters.
  • More than 100 climbing elements between the trees at a height of up to 15 metres, 8 ropeways with a length of up to 100 metres, climbing highlights such as the Tarzan jump from a height of 9 metres into a net 10 metres away, the Banana Jump and much more.
  • Children’s course, panorama course, partner course, Xtreme course, and much more.
  • The most beautiful and natural location in the greater Cologne/Bonn area, real nature experience on about 7 hectares of forest!
  • A “paradise meadow” in the climbing park with playground, barbecue facilities etc.
  • One of the highest safety standards for forest climbing parks in the whole of Germany.
  • A free parking lot directly at the climbing park – only 100 meters to the registration.

Are there lockers on site?

No, but we’ll have fanny packs ready for you. You are welcome to stow your valuables there and carry them with you while climbing. It’s best to leave the rest of your stuff in the car.

Are there any cancellation fees?

On regular opening days, no no-show fees apply (exception: for groups of 15 or more, the cancellation fees listed below apply).

For Team Events as well as special openings (i.e., dates on days not listed in our Opening Calendar are highlighted in yellow), the following cancellation policy applies: up to 48h prior to the appointment, cancellations can be made free of charge; for cancellations between 24 and 48 hours prior to the appointment, a 50% cancellation fee applies; for cancellations less than 24 hours prior to the appointment, a 100% fee applies. This also applies if the number of participants deviates by 15% or more downwards.

How does the entrance fee come about?

In conventional high ropes courses, a single guest pays between €30 and €50 for a three-hour programme. A climbing forest like ours, on the other hand, can offer a much lower price due to simple self-securing techniques and higher utilization. Nevertheless, a climbing forest remains a very supervision-intensive leisure activity and cannot be compared with a visit to a swimming pool. Moreover, no savings were made at the expense of safety in the construction of the facility and the equipment for the participants. Please take into account that from the beginning of November until the end of March, no income is generated and our meanwhile large team of permanent employees must also be paid in winter.

In the time since 2015, we have only increased our prices by €1. Despite constant expansion of our park, conversion to the most modern safety systems, fair payment of our employees, and much more. For the 2021 season, we’ll have to raise our prices a bit. At the same time, we are also increasing our discounts for families, schoolchildren, students and trainees so that as many people as possible can continue to afford to visit us. In addition, we maintain many cooperations, provide numerous free vouchers to social institutions and continue to offer very reasonable school class rates.


Forest climbing park Leiwen at the Mosel

How long does a climbing session take?

It depends on what courses they climb and how crowded the facility is. In the children’s course (from 105 cm/age recommendation: min. 4 years) you climb 1 hour plus Strap in and briefing. In the Adventure-Parcours (from 140 cm/age recommendation: min. 9 years) you have 3 hours at your disposal, including the instruction. After this period you must then return your climbing harness. If slower climbers or a possible rescue should cause a backlog, you can of course finish your climb. The climbing times are timed so that even slower or timid climbers can complete the kids’ course or the adventure course in the allotted time.

Do I have to have climbing experience?

No, not at all. Our forest climbing parks are aimed at all children, adults and senior citizens with a normal physical condition – you don’t have to be a climber or athlete with us. Fun, excitement and a light sporting activity in nature are the focus.

What if I’m afraid of heights?

Our forest climbing parks are often visited by people with a fear of heights who want to explore and sometimes overcome their own limits. After the instruction you can choose the courses freely and increase slowly. After a short time, many notice how well and safely they can get through the trees and then venture on to the next course. However, if you notice at the beginning that the climbing is too much for you, you will get your entrance fee back.

Isn’t climbing dangerous?

A visit to a climbing park, like any sporting leisure activity, is always associated with a residual risk. However, our forest climbing parks set nationwide standards in terms of safety – since 2011, we have been using a new type of safety system that makes it virtually impossible to unclip while climbing. Our plant meets the highest safety requirements according to DIN EN 15567. You will also be looked after by a team of climbing experts and sports scientists, of whose excellent training we are particularly proud. That is why a visit to our forest climbing parks is no more risky than a bike ride.

Who is not allowed to climb?

  • Children under 105 cm tall.
  • People weighing more than 130 kilos.
  • People under the influence of alcohol (drinking alcohol before climbing is strictly forbidden!) or drugs.
  • Persons who do not follow the instructions of our staff (these persons can be expelled from the climbing park even during climbing and are not entitled to a refund of the entrance fee).
  • People with physical or mental disabilities. However, we do offer them a supervised climbing opportunity in the children’s course with continuous belaying. Please enquire with our central booking hotline.

In principle, we reserve the right not to allow people to climb in our forest climbing parks if we consider this to be a safety risk for the person themselves or other climbing guests.

Can children actually climb?

Yes, already from 105 cm height the kids can use the children’s area with more than 20 climbing elements and ropeways. From 140 cm height the kids can already climb through the whole adventure area.

Children under 6 years of age must be accompanied by an adult when climbing. One adult can take care of 2 kids.

Children ages 6-13 must be accompanied by an adult on the ground. One adult can take care of 10 children (special rules for school classes).

From the age of 14, teenagers are allowed to climb completely free and visit our park on their own.

How can I pay?

You can pay cash or with EC card on site. If you wish to pay by invoice, please email us in advance at info@wald-abenteuer.de with your full billing address.

Does every companion have to pay?

No, unlike in classic amusement parks, only those who climb pay. Accompanying persons can accompany the climbers from the ground free of charge, take photos, etc. Accompanying school classes (max. 1 per 10 pupils) and disabled climbers do not pay admission (Attention: in case of disabilities, it is essential to consult us in advance).

Do I have to book in advance?

Pre-booking of admission places is compulsory. You can reserve at any time, free of charge and without obligation: simply click here, only available places on opening days will be displayed. You will receive a booking confirmation by email immediately. Payment is made on the spot. You are also welcome to use our booking hotline (0221 98 25 6000).

When do I need the registration forms?

Before climbing, all climbers must fill out a participation form and thereby declare their agreement with the general terms and conditions of the climbing park. To save time, you can download the registration forms and forward them to all participants in advance to read and complete. You can of course also fill in the registration forms on site.

School classes and clubs can fill out their own registration form and bring a list of names. This saves you having to have each participant fill out an individual form.

Why do I have to be there 20 minutes before my briefing time?

Your booked induction time will be forfeited or passed on to other visitors if you do not turn up completely ready for the induction start. Keep in mind that there may be a small line at the box office, you will still need to fill out sign-in sheets, pay, take off jewelry, lock/stow things, and possibly go to the restroom.

Do you offer discounts?

We offer discounts on our standard rates for groups of 15 or more, families, students, pupils and trainees. Some of the discounts only apply during the week. For exact prices, please refer to our online quote. In addition, every year around Easter and around Christmas you can get our vouchers for 20% cheaper in the voucher shop.

How to book for clubs, companies or school classes?

For these groups we offer special programs. Please have a look at the categories on the homepage and send us a request by e-mail. School groups pay much less than the normal price, you can find the current prices here.

Is it possible to celebrate a birthday on site?

Of course, our climbing forests offer an ideal environment for a birthday party. We additionally offer special birthday programs. Simply click here for more information or contact us.

How can I get food on site?

Either bring your own food or use our climbing bistro “Das Baumhaus” and the associated beer garden.

Can I come with a dog?

Of course! Accompanying persons who do not climb can lead the dog on a leash through the entire forest climbing park. Again and again you will find “playmates” to romp around with on our grounds.

What if the weather is bad?

Our guests are not even impressed by a rain shower. Rain or a light wind will not affect your climbing fun in any way. Just adjust your clothing to the weather conditions. In case of thunderstorms or storms we have to close the facility for safety reasons. If you are unable to continue climbing due to weather conditions, you will be refunded your entrance fee or vouchers for another day, depending on the situation. Our employees on site decide situationally in your favour.

Do I need to bring anything?

No, only appropriate “outdoor clothing” is required, the entire climbing equipment is provided by us. Sturdy shoes (sneakers with a treaded sole are especially recommended), clothes in which you can move and which may also get dirty, as well as a rain jacket in case of rain are useful.

Do I need gloves?

Theoretically, you do not need gloves. You do not have to hold on to steel cables or brake on cable cars. Of course, if you want, you can still bring some with you. You are also welcome to buy some on site for €2.90.

Do I have to wear a helmet?

We do not make helmets compulsory. Own helmets or bicycle helmets are also not allowed.

Can I climb with an action camera?

Yes, but not attached to a helmet but with a head or chest strap.

Normal cameras can also be taken on the course, if they are secured to the body in such a way that they cannot fall off.

Can I bring my own belt?

No, they are only allowed to climb with our harnesses, because they are checked regularly and we use special belay systems.

Why is the Forest Climbing Park Leiwen on the Moselle so special?

Our forest climbing park offers numerous highlights that will make your experience with us truly unique:

  • More than 40 climbing elements between the trees at heights of up to 13 metres, 6 ropeways up to 100 metres long, climbing highlights such as the giant Tarzan jump and much more.
  • Climbing in the trees rather than on man-made logs.
  • Directly in Landal Park Sonnenberg with further attractions and accommodation – the perfect weekend holiday.
  • One of the highest safety standards for forest climbing parks in the whole of Germany.
  • A free parking lot directly at the climbing park – only a few meters to the registration.

Are there lockers on site?

Currently, we do not have lockers at our Sonnenberg facility.

Are there any cancellation fees?

On regular opening days, no no-show fees apply (exception: for groups of 15 or more, the cancellation fees listed below apply).

For Team Events as well as special openings (i.e., dates on days not listed in our Opening Calendar are highlighted in yellow), the following cancellation policy applies: up to 48h prior to the appointment, cancellations can be made free of charge; for cancellations between 24 and 48 hours prior to the appointment, a 50% cancellation fee applies; for cancellations less than 24 hours prior to the appointment, a 100% fee applies. This also applies if the number of participants deviates by 15% or more downwards.

How does the entrance fee come about?

In conventional high ropes courses, a single guest pays between €30 and €50 for a three-hour programme. A climbing forest like ours, on the other hand, can offer a much lower price due to simple self-securing techniques and higher utilization. Nevertheless, a climbing forest remains a very supervision-intensive leisure activity and cannot be compared with a visit to a swimming pool. Moreover, no savings were made at the expense of safety in the construction of the facility and the equipment for the participants. Please take into account that from the beginning of November until the end of March, no income is generated and our meanwhile large team of permanent employees must also be paid in winter.

For the 2021 season, we’ll have to raise our prices a bit. At the same time, we are also increasing our discounts for families, schoolchildren, students and trainees so that as many people as possible can continue to afford to visit us. In addition, we maintain many cooperations, provide numerous free vouchers to social institutions and continue to offer very reasonable school class rates.