At the Tiefblick high-rope course in Nesselwängle there are eight courses in different levels of difficulties.
Below the Gimpel (2,173 m a.s.l.) and Rote Flüh (2,111 m a.s.l.), both peaks of the Tannheim Mountains and well-known climbing areas, there has been a climbing park in the middle of a rocky spruce forest since 2012. It is called Tiefblick high-rope course, or "Kletterwald Tannheimer Tal" (in German), a 5 minutes' walk from the parking space of the Krinnenalpe Chairlift.
Among the available courses in different heights and degrees of difficulty are the Kiddy course for children and the "Köllenspitze" at 17 metres height, the most difficult of the eight courses. 70 different climbing elements connect the individual challenges. A special attraction is the impressive Flying Fox, a cable slide that leads over a clearing with a length of 120 and 100 metres.
Of course, security is also the top priority here: The SMART Belay security system is used. From the age of 6 children are allowed to climb accompanied by an adult, and from the age of 14 they are allowed to start the adventure on their own. New is the combination "grilling and climbing": At 5 pm you can do a barbecue in the climbing forest and then enjoy climbing until 8.30 pm. A fantastic view on the Tannheim Mountains is of course included!
€ 21.50 adults, young people (14-18 years)
€ 17.50 children and young people (6-13 years)
€ 399.00 exclusive adventure park tour with personal trainer
€ 29.00 each additional person
(for groups on request also outside the opening hours)
Children from 6 to 13 years have to be accompanied on the courses by a person of full age.