Forest high-ropes course and flying-fox zip line, Damüls
A popular winter sports destination, Damüls also attracts thrill-seekers throughout the summer with its six rope parcours. These cover a variety of difficulty levels and feature elevations ranging from two to 13 metres, with a dedicated bambini parcours provided for small children aged three to five. Harnessing equipment is used on all parcours – and the flying-fox zip line is sure to be the highlight of any visit!
Bernd Burtscher/Alexander Schäfer
M +43 664 4147137
Schröcken adventure park
Schröcken remains a terrific place to explore your sense of adventure in this unique mountain pasture region. Don’t miss the high-ropes course, which includes a series of challenges from three to 15 metres up, climbing rocks, 42 rope parcours and three flying-fox zip lines. It’s also ideal for families with children aged six and over!
Flying Fox Park Safari Schröcken
Having once posed a daunting challenge to all comers, the steep, deep gorges of Schröcken now offer a fun-filled adrenaline kick. Criss-crossed by a network of six flying-fox zip lines at heights of between 20 and 90 metres, these wild chasms promise the flight of your life!
M +43 664 2525200 or +43 664 7575500
Aqua high-ropes course, Andelsbuch
Andelsbuch was once home to a cable car that transported passengers over the Bregenzer Ache river – until a rock that supported this route was torn away in a storm. Nonetheless, visitors are still free to experience the feeling of soaring over these wonderful waters. At the local high-ropes course, which boasts climbing rocks that are ideal for abseiling and via ferratas that appeal to the brave and the bold, a total of nine flying-fox zip lines let you glide through the air as you look down at the breathtaking Bregenzer Ache.
M +43 676 7837878