The idea of a high rope course comes as many carzy things do from the USA. It is an obstacle course as they are used by the army which is simply uplift.
Steel cables, rope bridges and normal ropes are anchored between trees in 15m height and form different obstacles which build a challenging whole.
The desicive factor of a high rope course is its height and exposure. If you overcame the structure on the ground you would probably find it pretty easy – but it’s completely different in sky-high.
You can only start and end the high rope course at the designed obstacle.
From an entertainment program the high rope course developed into an often used training instrument for managers, for further education and an important method in rehab and therapy programs. But fun and thrill did not got lost because a well designed high rope course demands a lot from every visitor. An activity outdoors that needs concentration and coordination and rewards you with the feeling of satisfaction and success.
„Either you climb up a stair today or you rebuild to get higher tomorrow.“ - Friedrich Nietzsche
The high rope course of our family-run mountain pasture is one of the biggest in europe and located in a wonderful idyllic scene. On 1.500m altitude the obstacles guide you through spruces and larches in an undisturbed mountain forest.
The security platform if amazing. It provides a view from the Ortlergroup to the Stubaier Alps. The height of the obstacles varies as they are built on a mountainside. The highest is 12m over the ground but the real heart of the course is the 45m long rope bridge.
You reach the high rope course by aerial railway – a so called flying fox – which is almost 60 m long.
A small training area with 4 – 5 obstacles was built in the middle of the forest near the ground.
You can ask Christjan Ladurner and his team to coach single and group tours.
Important: Registration by phone ( +39 0473 945615) or in written form is necessary!