around the Maier zum Kirschner
The Tegernsee climbing forest is a high-rope garden, which is integrated into the existing mountain forest on the Oedberg. In a total of 6 courses, participants from 5 to 8 years, accompanied by an adult and from 12 years upwards, can freely swing, swing, or hover over the most diverse obstacles and elements from tree to tree. It requires skill, courage and endurance.
The courses are arranged in different degrees of difficulty, so that everyone can approach their personal limits. Beautifully situated between Lake Tegernsee and Lake Schliersee, next to the Oedberg Sommerrodelbahn, fun and excitement is guaranteed for everyone in our climbing forest!
Of course, the climbing forest Tegernsee is also suitable for group, club, company trips. By the way, almost every weather can be climbed with us. The trees provide protection against heat and rain. Only during storms such as thunderstorms, storms or hail the climbing forest has to be closed.
The Tegernsee climbing forest is TÜV certified, your safety is our priority!
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