Put your courage and skill to the test in the great outdoors, courtesy of Obwalden's three rope parks, and climb from tree top to tree top. The Pilatus rope park's ten forest circuits offer fun and activity and various levels of challenge. The rope park by the lower terminus of the Melchsee-Frutt cableways offers thrills galore: its six circuits suit beginners and puts more adventurous users through their paces. Meanwhile, the Pfideripark turns children aged four and upwards into fearless adventurers. The Flying Fox rope park in Engelberg promises an unforgettable visit.
Experience the most beautiful and exciting side of nature at the Melchsee-Frutt rope park. Fly from tree to tree and across streams and balance on the suspension bridge. The six circuits offer varying degrees of thrill and challenge for everyone. Put your skills to the test and try out the 12-metre pendulum jump!
Before you start, you get brief instructions and follow a training circuit, which means you don't need any previous experience to visit the Melchsee-Frutt rope park. Children can also use the rope park (min. age 6, min. height 120 cm).
THE children's rope park in Central Switzerland for children aged 4 and over (recommended).
Max. weight: -/120 kg
Min. size -/120 cm
Min. age: 4/6 years
Session durations: 1.5/3 hours
Two persons must always be present on a circuit. Children up to the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
The Pilatus rope park offers adventure and fun for fans of the great outdoors, families, schools, companies and clubs; its 10 circuits in the forest each offer between 6 and 11 challenges at height with varying degrees of difficulty. Three of the circuits are suitable for children aged eight and over (min. size 120 cm). The park can accommodate up to around 140 users at the same time. The circuits are colour-coded to aid navigation.
An unforgettable experience offering pure adventure – that's the Flying Fox rope park. Its six circuits range in difficulty to allow you to explore your limits gradually. You'll encounter challenging balancing bridges, Nepalese-style suspension walkways and action-packed zip wires. After receiving a safety briefing, you're free to launch yourself into the adventure. You swing through the air – push off, let go and see what happens! If it's action you want, we recommend the Line 6 circuit with its via ferrata and 90-metre zip wire.
Melchsee-Frutt is home to a wide variety of climbing routes. The international Bonifels Wall has 160-plus thrilling routes graded 3a to 8. There's also a climbing area for children: sport climbing at Melchsee-Frutt is not only the reserve of experts. The simpler climbs are perfect for families. Enjoy the magnificent views of the glistening mountain lakes down below and the distant Bernese Alps.