The 9 best climbing parks in Germany

There are more than 140 outdoor climbing parks in Germany. But which ones are most worth visiting? This shows a current evaluation. REJSEBOG presents the nine best climbing parks.

The travel portal Travelcircus included a total of 143 climbing parks in Germany in the survey of the best climbing parks. Evaluation criteria were value for money, popularity (based on Google reviews) and the so-called “excitement factor”. The latter means the maximum height on the course where climbing is done.

There were extra points for extras such as a special children’s course, reduced admission for students and interns, gastronomic facilities, special events such as moonlight climbing and good accessibility by public transport.

The 9 best climbing parks in Germany

1. Altenhof High Ropes Course, Schleswig-Holstein

The Altenhof funicular near Eckernförde is right at the top of the list of the best climbing parks in Germany. The park scores particularly well in the categories popularity and excitement factors. He also gets all five extra points. The Altenhof high ropes course also scores points when it comes to value for money. There are a total of 15 courses, five of which are particularly suitable for children. You can even see the Baltic Sea from the higher parcours. The park also offers night climbing.

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2. Spessart climbing forest, Bavaria

Second place goes to the Spessart climbing forest in Bavaria. The park scores particularly well in the Thrill Factor category. One of the ten courses in the park takes climbers to a height of 30 meters. At this height, the cable car takes you back down at breakneck speed. The Spessart climbing forest also has a lot to offer for children, and night climbing is also possible.

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3. High Spirits High Ropes Course Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein

Third place in the ranking of the best climbing parks in Germany goes to Schleswig-Holstein, namely to High Spirits Hochseilgarten Kiel. The special thing: The climbing park is located directly on the beach, so you have a fantastic view of the sea. There are twelve courses with six different levels of difficulty, the highest being 25 meters high! Also in this climbing park you can climb at night when the lights are on.

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4. Climbing forest Sayn, Rhineland-Palatinate

Fourth place in the ranking: the Sayn climbing forest in Rhineland-Palatinate. There are a total of 16 courses and several cable cars in the climbing park. The tracks are up to 22 meters high, one of the cable cars even starts at a height of 30 meters. A new highlight was added this year with the Canyon Express cable car ride. And also in Sayn you can climb in the moonlight.

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5. Merzig climbing harbor, Saarland

According to its own website, the climbing harbor in Merzig in Saarland is the largest free-standing climbing park in Europe. Detached means that the climbing elements are not integrated into a forest and its trees. Climbing fans can look forward to ten pitches of varying degrees of difficulty, a maximum height of 22 meters and events such as night climbing.

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6. Fun Forest Adventure Park Homburg, Saarland

And Saarland again! The Fun Forest Adventure Park in Homburg covers an area of ​​two hectares and is located directly by an artificial pond. There are 14 varied courses with different degrees of difficulty. Night climbing is also possible here.

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7. Laichingen Climbing Forest, Baden-Württemberg

The climbing forest in Laichingen in Baden-Württemberg also entered the 9 best climbing parks in Germany. It is located directly in the Swabian Alb and offers 17 different courses, including several for children. The highest lanes are 16 meters high, and there is also a 152 meter long cable car.

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8. Climbing Forest Diez, Rhineland-Palatinate

8th place goes to the climbing forest in Diez, Rhineland-Palatinate. There are 12 courses with four different levels of difficulty, although these are quite low compared to many other parks at a maximum height of 14 meters. However, there are additional points for events such as moon climbing or Halloween climbing.

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9. Europe’s climbing forest, Hesse

Europa-Kletterwald in Hesse was the last to make it into the top 9 climbing parks in Germany. It offers six lanes with a maximum height of 20 meters and is also suitable for families with children.

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