If you are looking for something less dangerous, then try a tree-top climb in Anif, just 5 minutes from Grödig near Salzburg.

Forest adventure park Salzburg

Here you find the answers to FAQs:

  • We have our winter sleeping time. We plan to open the parc in Easter holidays.

  • Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes depending on weather.

  • The Kletterpark is closed due to thunderstorm or heavy rain! In case you are not sure, call us +43 664 430 93 80.

  • We can only accept CASH in the forest.

  • After climbing the bathing is included.

  • Kids over 100 cm can climb the big ropes course with an adult.

  • For smaller kids we have our MINI-Kletterpark.

  • From the age of 14 years, kids are allowed to climb alone.

Company Incentives and Trainings

More and more companies are discovering our canopy tours as an attractive outdoor alternative to their indoor seminars! Collective experience-oriented activities strengthen teamwork, improve the ability to communicate, and offer valuable experiences in dealing with colleagues and co-workers. Inner resources such as courage, self-confidence, flexibility and solution-oriented thinking are activated while your own boundaries are playfully explored.

Effective learning

The "Kletterpark Waldbad Anif" (Waldbad Anif tree climbing park) near Salzburg offers schools and their students an attractive alternative to physical education or to their extracurricular activities in springtime or autumn. As a collective group, the students learn to overcome obstacles and enhance their intellect and motor skills, supporting each other while having fun and not caring about winners and losers. This exciting and safe environment is best suited to creating special learning situations as well as developing soft skills (e.g. capacity for teamwork, individual responsibility, ability to communicate, leading and being lead - skills which improve the social fabric)

An experience to remember which strengthens the personality!

We proceed in accordance with pedagogical principles (= from easy to difficult) and start at a low-level training course at a height of 1 metre, continuously increasing the difficulty level from one challenge to the next, climbing up into the tree tops.

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