|Season (20 June 2020 - 16 Aug 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||11:00||- 17:00|
|Season (17 Aug 2020 - 1 Nov 2020)|
|Monday - Friday||Closed|
|Saturday - Sunday||11:00||- 17:00|
* For information about opening hours during holidays see: https://hoytlavt.no/en/bergen/practical-info/opening-hours
*1 January-29 February + 2 November-31 December: only for pre-booked groups
Feel the tingle in your stomach as you climb throught the treetops in Western Norway's biggest climbing park. Play through 120 fun elements og 20 fast-paced ziplines.
You will enjoy a fun and active day in the tretopps at Nesttun, only a short trip from city center of Bergen. The park consists of courses located in trees and on poles. Play through 120 fun obstacles and 20 fast-paced ziplines. These will be experiences you never forget.
The courses have varying difficulties and fit ages 3 through 99. You don't need any prerequisite knowledge, all equipment and training will be given to you at arrival. From easy elements just 1 meter above ground to dizzying challenges 20 meters between the treetops. You test your limits and everyone experiences the same level of mastery regardless of the difficulty of the course.
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?
The courses in the climbing park are classified by colors as in a ski resort, from easiest to hardest: Orange, Green, Blue, Red, and Black. Our height requirement for the different courses are:
Orange: Over 80 cm
Green: Over 110 cm
Rød/Blue: Over 140 cm
Black: Over 160 cm
Children under 6 years 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, Rød and Black courses.
We recommend no more than 4 children per adult.
An active day in the ropes courses make you hungry! During opening hours we offer a small choice of warm and cold dishes. It is allowed to bring your own food and drinks, which can be enjoyed by the outside sitting area.
For groups/companies - We have a special menu for groups and companies visiting the park. The menu is available when ordering in and outside opening hours. Does your group want to order food? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ensure a spot by ordering a ticket on the website before the park opens the same day. It is possible to buy drop-in tickets at arrival in the park, if there are available tickets. Tickets are bought according to the height of the one climbing.
There is free entrance to the park, only the ones who wish to climb have to buy tickets.
Bergen Card applies to the climbing park, affording you a 20 % discount on the Day pass. Use discount voucher BERGENCARD2020 for online ticket purchase.
Type of Tickets
In addition to the Day pass we offer half-day passes at arrival from 13.30 - 17.00:
NOK 110,- for heights 80-110 cm
NOK 235,- for heigts 110-140 cm
NOK 290,- for heigts over 140 cm
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Full day pass Hight 110-140 cm||NOK295.00 tickets|
|Full day pass Hight 80-110 cm||NOK170.00 tickets|
|Full day pass Hight over 140 cm||NOK350.00 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.
In regular opening hours, we offer group discounts for groups from 15 persons upwards.
Madam Felle jump
- NOK 70, - in addition to climbing
- SEK 150, - just the jump
20 % discount on full day pass. Use discountcode BERGENCARD2020 when purchasing online.
Bergen Card benefits:
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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