Right on the banks of the Rosanna River, it is not just your pulse rate that soars. At a height of some six metres, you can clamber about in the High- and Low Ropes Course among the trees.
The route runs over eight stations, demanding a certain degree of coordination from climbers. Initial training includes balancing on tree trunks and walking along rope ladders.
Towards the end of the circuit, there are even more tricky tasks such as making your way hand over hand along a rope using rope slings.
Particularly clever: a section with freely hanging stirrups high up in the air at the end of the circuit.
The two mountain and ski guides, Erich Schweiger and Thomas Strolz, devised and realised the climbing course. Visitors should certainly not be afraid of this enjoyable challenge. The High- and Low Ropes Course in the Verwall is lead by expert guides from the outdoor company H2O.
Safety, introduction and guidance are carried out with great professionalism.
Registration for the High- and Low Ropes Course: at the H2O office at the arl.rock or call +43 (0) 5446 2625.