Inmidst the breathtakingly idyllic natural scenery of the natural monument Schraubenfall Cave there’s a high-rope course.
Image gallery: Tux high-rope canyon course
An unforgettable climbing experience awaits you in Lanersbach, a hamlet belonging to Tux in the Zillertal valley. The Tux high-rope canyon course is part of the breath-taking natural scenery of the Schraubenfall Cave, a natural monument made of natural rock bridges, rocky basins, caves and gorges. The Schraubenfall Cave and the Schraubenfälle Waterfalls in the Zillertal Alps Nature Park can be explored in about two hours along the adventurous Waterfall Path.
The Tux high-rope canyon course (Hochseilschluchtgarten Tux, in German) offers easy motoric exercises for children of elementary school age, more ambitious programmes for sports clubs and national skiing teams, as well as team building and motivation programmes for internal employee trainings.
By the way: Around the villages of Tux and Finkenberg there are also several fixed-rope routes leading on the peaks of the Zillertal Alps, including the Pfeilspitzwand climbing route (difficulty B-D), the Huterlaner route (difficulty C) and the Zimmereben route (difficulty C/D+).
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