Adventure park 860
Fun, adrenaline, action, pushing boundaries – all that is awaiting you in the Ore Mountain adventure park. Spectacular exercises and delightful views of the unparalleled mountain scape are on offer from what is probably Saxony's highest forest rope park and high rope garden (860m above sea level). Five different obstacle courses in the forest rope park with more that 60 challenges at different heights and difficulties guarantee that you can live your personal adventure. There are additionally 4 tricky challenges in the high rope garden for groups, companies and school classes to communicatively solve together.
Forest rope park
The youngest set (minimum height: 1.20m) can get their introduction with the fun obstacle course. 13 challenges plus a cable-way let them have just that: fun.
Higher up you'll find the fitness obstacle course. At a maximum height of 6m, the 15 exercises are not without their own demands. The first challenge in the adventure obstacle course is the 10-meter-high climbing wall, but a rope ladder and the jump rope are not without their own excitement!
The absolute highlight is the risk obstacle course. The bravest among us can meet their match with a 100m cable-way and an almost 20m high base jump.
High rope garden
Our high rope garden is specially tailored to groups. Experience first-hand the importance of communication and trust with your friends or colleagues as you figure out the solutions to our tricky exercises together.
The safety of participants is of paramount importance to us. To this end, we're implementing a modern safety system for the first time in Saxony, which makes it impossible to accidentally become detached in any way. Each guest will receive thorough instructions from our team of trainers. Safety helmets and professional climbing harnesses are a mandatory matter of fact, as well as TÜV (German Technical Inspecting Agency) certification for the entire facility.
More info: www.abenteuerpark860.de
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Children and youths under 18 years of age who'd like to climb require a legal guardian's declaration of consent. Download and print it here, have it signed and bring it with you.