The climbing forest at Söllereck near Oberstdorf is Germany's highest forest ropescourse at an altitude of almost 1400 metres and offers you well secured excitement in eight different courses. In between, you also have great views of the Allgäu Alps. The entrance to the climbing forest is right next to the Berghaus Schönblick at the top station of the Söllereck cable car.
Children from the age of 5 can crawl through tunnels, balance over tree trunks or shimmy from one trunk to the next. The Flying Fox is also a great experience, where they can hang from a rope and race back down to the ground. The two most difficult routes can only be climbed from the age of 14. They are the highest and most difficult.
If you still have some energy left after your trip to the Söllereck Climbing Forest, you can explore the nature adventure trail at the Söllereck with its 12 adventure stations after a snack at Berghaus Schönblick.
How to get there
To get to the car park of the mountain railway, take the A7 in the direction of Kempten. Follow the B19 to Obertsdorf and continue to the car park. Then take the mountain railway up to the climbing park. The ticket for the mountain railway is included in the entrance fee to the climbing forest.