|Season (22 June 2019 - 25 Aug 2019)|
|Monday - Sunday||11:00||- 15:00|
Feel the adrenaline and the exitement flying between the trees of Fløyen!
FløyenKids ziplinepark consists of 5 ziplines. It is a round loop where you start in one tree, zipping yourselves from one tree to another. The ziplinepark is a fun activity for your family.
You can easily purchase tickets online before arrival. Please buy your tickets prior to midnight the day before your arrival.
When you arrive at the park just bring your receipt at your mobile phone.
Training and mandatory safety course every hour:
at 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00 and 15.00
Maximum capacity of 8 persons each hour.
Please book online to make sure you get your reservation at your preferable time.
Activities in the ziplinepark not permitted for:
• persons under the influence of drugs or alcohol
• children lower than 140 cm
• persons heavier than 120kg
Activities in the ziplinepark are not recommended for:
• persons with back- or neck injuries
• Persons with heart or lung problems or other physical challenges.
Safety is one of the main concerns at Mount Fløyen. The park is annually inspected by the Norwegian Railway Authority. If you are going to partake in the ziplinepark, you must go through the mandatory safety course. You may experience some waiting time on busy days. Please listen to your instructor to make the wait as short as possible for yourself and others.
Your email confirmation is your receipt. Please show your confirmation on a mobile phone or printout when you arrive.
Please write in the comments field which time you would like to do the activity.
If you have the Bergen Card, a valid card must be presented on arrival.
Tickets cannot be cancelled or refunded.
NB: Fløibanen Funicular is not included in the price.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adults 1 round||NOK125.00 per person|
|Adults 3 rounds||NOK250.00 per person|
|Children (7-15 years. Min. 140 cm.) 1 rounds||NOK75.00 per person|
|Children (7-15 years. Min. 140 cm.) 3 rounds||NOK150.00 per person|
Prices may be subject to change.
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