Climb to lofty heights on the Natrun high ropes course
High up between the mighty treetops of the Natrun adventure mountain
You can take the Natrunbahn mountain railway up the Prinzenberg to an altitude of 1,253 metres, where you will find a terrific range of mountain adventures – from castle playgrounds to a mountain bike flowtrail and wildlife reserve, forest slide park, archery field and much more. The Natrun high ropes course is your best choice for some serious thrills, demanding the utmost concentration and a good sense of balance. The high ropes course in Maria Alm is the perfect place for an excursion with the family, where you can show off your skills among the mighty treetops some 14 metres above the ground. Let’s have an adventure!
The best climbing opportunities in the Natrun high ropes course
It’s just 30-40 minutes’ drive from your family-friendly Hotel Bergheimat in Mühlbach on the Hochkönig to the Natrun adventure mountain in Maria Alm. The leisure area is a particular highlight for families with children on your summer holiday in the Hochkönig region. The high ropes course at the TOM Alpine hut is particularly impressive with its various courses in a range of difficulty levels, providing outdoor action for children and adults alike. Individual courses for practice or for children, such as the Schlawutzel children’s tree road, give even the smallest heroes a chance to explore the lofty heights of the forest. Those who are looking for more of a challenge might like to try the Adrenaline or Panoramic courses.
Perfect safety at the high ropes course in the Hochkönig region
The park team take every precaution to ensure your safety at all times. Before you begin climbing, you will be given thorough instructions and supplied with a helmet and safety harness. Then you can set off. You may choose to climb either with or without a guide, but either way, climbing in the Natrun high ropes course with state-of-the-art safety equipment is an extraordinary experience.
Other highlights of the Prinzenberg Natrun & surrounds
The Prinzenberg has highlights for visitors of all ages on offer, in addition to the Natrun high ropes course. The 3D bowhunting course will turn you into a nature-loving hunter, the wildlife preserve will introduce you to several of the local animals and the forest slide park promises children a variety of fun descents down into the valley and to Postalm. The slackline park in Mühlbach contains several fixed lines of various lengths, so you can choose the perfect sporting entertainment.
If you like to keep things a little less energetic, you might prefer a short walk from the mountain station to the peak of the crystal-clear Prinzensee. Several hiking paths in the area lead to magnificent natural sights, while comfortable, rustic Alpine huts invite you to enjoy some culinary delights during your summer holiday in Austria.
Your tip from the Bergheimat: with a Hochkönig card, travel on the Natrunbahn mountain railway and all other cable cars in the Hochkönig region is completely free, plus you receive a 10% discount on all Prinzenberg Natrun attractions, including the high ropes course.
In summer, the Hochkönig is transformed into a fabulous landscape full of attractions and highlights such as the Natrun high ropes course on the Prinzenberg in Maria Alm. Right in the middle of it all: the four-star Hotel Bergheimat in Mühlbach. Plan your next family holiday at Hotel Bergheimat and send us an obligation-free room enquiry . We look forward to meeting you soon!