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Vorarlberg’s biggest forest rope park

Climbing fun for the whole family! That’s what Waldseilpark Golm in Tschagguns/Latschau promises.

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Waldseilpark-Golm

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With 79 exercises, it’s the biggest high rope park in Vorarlberg.

Put your skill to the test or have a first go in the trees on one of 11 courses between 1 and 16 m above the ground. Following safety training and a practice round, it’s time to set off on a journey of discovery through the forest - equipped with a helmet and harness. A visit to the Waldseilpark Golm does not require any special prior knowledge.

The courses are designed for children, youths and adults along 3 levels of difficulty. The only requirement is that you are least 120 cm in size and have a minimum reach size of 150 cm. Prior notification is only required for groups of 10 people or more.

Rent a Guide - optimal support from a professional:

A trained forest rope park guide will help you to overcome the obstacles. In this way, you are sure to complete the course in a playful way - and grow beyond your limits!

The Rent a Guide offer is ideal for:

  • Anyone who respects heights or climbing
  • Families with children, if the parents are not participating (children up to and including 14 years of age may only climb when accompanied by a supervisor)
  • School classes requiring an additional supervisor

Reserve a guide as support:
Contact: Tel: +43 5556 72640
E-Mail: waldseilpark-golm@illwerke.at
Cost: EUR 35.00/hr (prior appointment required)

A guide can accompany a maximum of 5 people (over 130 cm in height) or a maximum of 2 children (110 - 130 cm in height).

Please note

Everyone who wants to go climbing in the Waldseilpark Golm must wear appropriate clothing and sturdy shoes (sandals and other open shoes are not allowed!). The necessary climbing equipment will be pro-vided on site.

Young visitors up to and including 14 years of age:
Guardians or adult companions must discuss the General Terms and Conditions with the young visitors. A subsequent signature confirms that: the General Terms and Conditions have been read, understood and imparted to the young visitors. Only then will these visitors be permitted to undertake the individual courses accompanied by an adult.