Climbing during your holiday in Burgenland

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Exciting high ropes courses in and around Stegersbach

High ropes courses in Burgenland
High ropes courses in Burgenland

While the flat Burgenland region is not pre-destined for climbing, there are various high ropes courses to provide fun and an adrenaline rush at a safe height. You will find several of these ropes courses close to the holiday resort of Stegersbach. A visit to these high ropes courses is well worthwhile, whether as a family excursion or a change for the normal programme of activities.

Hochseilgarten Stegerspark

The spectacular Stegerspark high ropes course is located in a section of forest containing 100 year old trees between Stegersbach and Ollersdorf. The 9,000 m² area impresses with its 30 stations of various difficulty ratings which take you up to a height of 20 metres. 4 different courses as well as a zip wire, slacklines and a teambuilding area complete the climbing experience on offer in Stegersbach.

Geier adventure park near Sebersdorf (approx. 21 mins)

Parents and children can tackle a range of challenges at the Geier adventure park and woodland ropes course. Following training by professional experts in how to use the safety system, you can set off on your own along Europe’s biggest forest ropes course: there are over 400 stations and elements to explore, distributed over 31 courses at heights of up to 15 metres. Climbing equipment is available on-site.

Riegersburg climbing and adventure park (approx. 41 mins)

In addition to a high ropes course, the Riegersburg climbing and adventure park also offers a natural climbing park on the rocks of the Riegersburg fortress.  The highly qualified team will support you with your climbing and run climbing courses. The bungee trampoline is also a source of endless fun for those who brave it!

Althodis tree tops trail (approx. 32 mins)

The tree tops trail in Markt Neuhodis enables visitors to explore the natural and cultivated landscape of the Geschriebenstein nature park from a bird’s eye perspective. The 230 m wooden walkway will take you above the treetops at heights of up to 21 metres. The trail is also accessible to wheelchairs and pushchairs.

The high ropes courses offer adventure-packed excursions for visitors of all ages in the area around south Burgenland. Decide on a relaxing holiday at the Larimar thermal spa hotel in Stegersbach today and book your room by sending us a non-binding enquiry.

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