The climbing forest in Conneforde is located opposite the Amber Lake Holiday Park. Eight different climbing courses, heights of up to 13 metres, more than 60 climbing features, a unique lake crossing at a height of around 10 metres, suspension bridges and a seven-metre high base jump from the tree tops provide for just the right kick. The “Monkey Tree” is another attraction, where a direct ascent up the tree to an airy 15 metres in height is possible. Hooked into a self-locking abseiling device, you can climb to any height you like and then simply let yourself fall. An absolute highlight for adventurers big and small. The climbing forest is thus guaranteed to have something for everyone. But also those who prefer to stay safely on the ground can enjoy various drinks and snacks at the local kiosk and watch the others doing their tightrope walks. After the initial training course, which every visitor has to complete, you can tackle the climbing courses on your own with your own safety equipment. You’re then able to choose between eight different climbing courses with various levels of difficulty. From the easier “green course” with an ascent of a tree trunk and a suspension bridge to the “black course” with nightmare bridge, Tarzan jump and the almost free-fall from the “base jump”, there’s sure to be something for everyone. The little ones aren’t left out either: the “light blue course” is designed for children from six years of age. In short, the climbing forest in Conneforde offers guaranteed climbing fun for everyone. Whether young or old, experienced or inexperienced. Important tip: the climbing forest must be climbed by children six years and over in the accompaniment of an adult. Wear sporty, robust clothing and closed, sturdy shoes.