Climbing forest

Are you such a daredevil without a fear of heights, who has always wanted to climb and clamber high among the trees?

In the climbing forest of the de Hoge Rielen you will find a really cool high-altitude course! The adventure course consists of four routes with different levels of difficulty. Challenge yourself on our high-altitude course with its climbing nets, monkey bridges and balance beams at heights between 4 and 10 metres. 

To finish in style, you can whiz over the pond on the 120-meter-long zipline. 

By helping each other and working together, everyone gets to push their boundaries.

For the climbing forest, you are individually secured with a smart security system. Everyone follows the selected route of the adventure course at their own pace

Getting to know heights and sharing experiences amid beautiful surroundings make for a unique climbing experience. In the climbing forest, the participants transcend the purely recreational aspect of a climbing course. They push their boundaries and gain confidence by working together, trusting and encouraging each other.

  • Age: from 11 years
    Attention: participants must be at least 1.40m tall
  • Number of participants: minimum 12 and maximum 45
  • Duration: 2.5 hours
  • Winter break: because winter conditions can negatively affect the safety and experience of the climbing forest, we hold a winter break from December 1st to March 1st. During this period, a reservation for the climbing forest is not possible.

Theme building a group & collaboration

Challenge yourself as a group and become a stronger team. Both for new groups that need a helping hand to get to know each other, and for existing groups that want to strengthen mutual relationships.

Excited about doing this workshop?

Make a reservation via the reception desk
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