A high ropes course or forest high ropes course is a sequence of artificial obstacles at a height of 3 to 15 metres between
At both the starting and end point of each obstacle is a platform from which the visitors can proceed to the next challenge. Depending on the particular level of difficulty, each challenge involves a combination of exercises such as suspension bridges, spider webs or rope slides.
Ideally, a forest high ropes course consists of at least three routes with 8 to 12 challenges each. For children there are special courses with easier challenges at a lower height.
All elements of a forest high ropes course are secured at the trunks using a special securing technique that does not damage the bark and leaves the natural forest intact.
Read more about the ecological considerations that are taken into account during the construction of our high ropes courses.