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The biggest adventure park in St. Johann in Tirol in the Kitzbühel Alps allows an exciting experience for the whole family, company and friends. With 8 different courses, 14 zip lines and 85 stations ranging from 2 to 21 metres above the ground...more
Really nice place and friendly staff. Best to buy the ticket together with gondola ticket. It was quite crowded so probably best to arrive rather earlier in the day (and then have time for some hike trip from there). The zip-line over the lake (fox...More
Friendly staff and good introduction in English. We were then left to fend for ourselves on the training course with no staff at all to help and when our daughter was stuck for a while it knocked her confidence and slowed progression onto the next...More
From the beginning on good and clear safety instructions. The course was fun, versatile and sometimes very chalenging. For a short-legged 152cm girl it was a struggle, but thank god for "Florian" who helped get through the hard parts.
Everyone who wants to be a...More
This climbing/rope park is probably one of the best of its kind. There are different routes starting from easy for kids and eventually they become really hard. It involves climbing, hanging and pulling up on ropes, and zip lines (flying fox). The hard routes are...More
We had a fantastic day here. Dad + 2 teenage daughters spent many hours clambering around the high-ropes course.
** It is worth taking gloves or buying some there. **
The day started with instruction about how to use the systems and about safety. There...More
Came here on a perfect sunny day. Super professional intro (thanks Jeff!) very structured approach, safety oriented, phased approach to a really fun adventure day. Note- our 12 year old made the most of this. The 9 and 6 year olds had fun but had...More
Very expensive for a poor experience.
We went with children age 6, 12, 14
The little one enjoined the course for small kids but the teenagers were frustrated on the advaced course since many of the climbers ahead got stuck and needed to be rescued...More
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Hornpark, Geschäftsführer at Hornpark, responded to this reviewResponded 19 June 2017
we are sorry to hear that. It`s better, in the busy season ( July , August, to arrive early in the park is when it is not busy. We open at 9, most of the guests arrive about 11, so before then you have...More