In Prägraten in East Tyrol there’s a forest high-rope course named after the 3,666 m high Grossvenediger mountain.
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The Grossvenediger high-rope course was inaugurated some years ago in the East Tyrolean municipality of Prägraten, located in the rear Virgental valley. This adventure for young and old was planned and realised by the local mountain guide Sigi Hatzer on a 1,275 sqm large area. It can be found directly at the starting point of the trail to the Umbal Waterfalls, so that a tour in the adventure park can perfectly combined to a hike along the 1st European Water Trail.
A total of 10 courses named "Murmeltier-Tour" (Marmot Tour), "Venediger-Tour" (Mt. Venediger Tour), "Geier-Tour" (Vulture Tour), "Adler-Tour" (Eagle Tour), "Schmetterling-Tour" (Butterfly Tour) and "Gletscher-Tour" (Glacier Tour) await you. They are connected by 90 elements including highlights such as the balancing act on a bicycle. The crowning conclusion of the high-rope course (Waldseilpark Grossvenediger, in German) are Flying Foxes called "Kids-Fly-Seilrutsche" (Kids Fly Rope Slide) or "Airline-Tour". The newest one, however, is a slackline above the road.
From the Grossvenediger high-rope course you'll have a great view on the glaciers of the mighty Venediger Group. By the way: If you dare, you can also try the Giant Swing or the Big Jump. A jump from a height of 10 metres... and down there there's a Giant Airbag for a soft landing!
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