|Season (6 Apr 2019 - 27 Oct 2019)|
|Monday - Friday||Closed|
|Saturday - Sunday||11:00||- 17:00|
* For information about opening hours at hollydays see: www.hoytlavt.no/bergen
*1-January-1.March + 28. October-31 December: only for pre-booked groups
The ropes courses offer an active day in the tree tops. The courses contain exciting elements and zip-lines and suits both old and young.
Western Norway’s biggest aerial park is located in a beautiful scenery, among rounded hills, only 10 kilometers from the city center of Bergen. Come join us for an active and exciting day among the treetops, getting challenged in our over 115 elements and over 20 zip-lines.
A day in the ropes courses in Bergen can give everyone a suitable challenge and an experience you’ll never forget. Different courses varying in difficulties – from easy elements 1 meter above ground to acrobatical moves 20 meters up in the trees. The ropes courses consist of elements built in to and adjusted to the terrain. The different difficulties of the courses will regardless of your age and skills, reward you with the feeling of mastering a challenge.
The courses are graded with colors, like a ski resort. From easiest to hardest: orange, green, blue, red and black. Our height requirements for the different courses are:
orange: over 80 cm
greens: over 110 cm
blue/red: over 140 cm
black: over 160 cm
Children under 6 year of age must be accompanied by a supervising adult in green courses.
Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by a supervising adult in blue, red and black courses.
We recommend no more than 4 children per adult.
Our special activity: Madam Felle-spranget is an extra adrenaline boost. You jump out from the top floor of our 12-meter tower. A sensation of free-falling, then landing safely on the ground. Do you have what it takes?
An active day in the ropes courses make you hungry! We offer a varied selection of healthy food and drinks. From a light snack to a full-scale dinner.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Hight 110-140 cm||NOK290.00 tickets|
|Hight 80-110 cm||NOK160.00 tickets|
|Hight over 140 cm||NOK340.00 tickets|
Family discount in the climbing park's ordinary opening hours applies to families of at least 4 persons where there are 1-2 adults and 2-3 or more children. Must be ordered and paid together online.
In regular opening hours, we offer group discounts for groups from 15 persons upwards. The discount is NOK 50 discount per person.
Madam Felle jump
- NOK 70, - in addition to climbing
- SEK 150, - just the jump
Address: Osvegen 141, 5227 Nesttun
GPS coordinates: Lat: 60.299097, Long: 5.378020
By car: From Bergen City Center. Drive E39 towards Os for 12 km. Free parking.
By bus: From Bergen city bus terminal: Bus number 600 to the stop “Kirkebirkeland” (announced on the bus). Takes about 22 minutes. Walk 200 meter just up the road. Bus schedule on www.skyss.no.
Tram/Bybanen: To the stop “Nesttun sentrum”. Change to bus number 600 to the stop “Kirkebirkeland”
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