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Adventure climbing forest Lörrach
Adventure climbing forest Lörrach

Adventure climbing forest Lörrach

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Location: Lörrach
Suitable for prams: no

The climbing forest in Lörrach offers guests 10 courses, each of which can be reached via ladders. The courses, which can be used by children from 8 years of age and a minimum height of 140cm, are at a height of 1 - 10m.

Variety in the climbing forest

With 135 exercises, 37 zip lines in 10 courses, the climbing forest guarantees an eventful day over wobbly bridges, swinging car tires, step ladders, balance beams, trapezoids and much more.

Free course for children

There is something very special for the children in Lörrach. The kid's parcour was specially set up for the children and the ropes do not hang higher than 130cm.

Lörrach climbing forest with a seal of quality

As a visible sign of the high quality level of the adventure climbing forest, the facility was awarded the quality badge in gold with 2011 stars by IAPA eV, the association of climbing forests in Germany.

Adventure climbing forest Lörrach

Steinenweg 42
79540 Loerrach
+49 7621 1614324
info@erlebniskletterwald.de

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