Germany's highest climbing forest at the Blomberg offers imaginative courses for children from 6 years of age embedded in a dense mountain forest.
To climb, you have to go up the mountain - either on foot along an easy but partly steep forest path, which entices all brave hikers with numerous stations along the way as a reward: signs for tree identification, skill exercises and nature music instruments have been lovingly integrated into the forest next to the path.
If you don't want to walk, you can take the 2-seater chairlift of the Blombergbahn up the mountain and watch the summer tobogganers. Once on the mountain, everyone meets on the terrace of the "Blomberghaus" - you should definitely try the Kaiserschmarren here.
Well refreshed, you can then head off to the climbing forest. The operators of the high ropes course have integrated 10 parcours into the dense mountain forest with great attention to detail. You move at different heights (2 to 15 metres) - from ground level (star course) to treetop height (Blombergistan), sometimes hidden in the forest, sometimes with a breathtaking view of the mountains and the valley (Panorama course). Eco? Logical! The platforms are mounted around the tree trunks to protect the trees and can be dismantled without harming a tree.
With its different courses and a quiet team area, the TÜV-certified ropes course offers all guests the perfect setting for relaxing days in the great outdoors.
How to get there
The Blombergbahn is located directly on the B472 between Bad Tölz and Bad Heilbrunn. Large car park available. Parking fee: 2 euros/day.
By public transport:
The BOB (Bayersichen Oberlandbahn), for example, runs hourly from Munich main station to Bad Tölz, and back again. From here, bus lines 9612, 9591 and 9610 go in the direction of Blomberg and stop at the bus stop "Blombergbahn".