Cycling and surfing are the perfect sports for a holiday on the Baltic coast. But have you ever done that 10 metres up in the air? If you're up for the challenge, why not head down to the high ropes adventure course at Kletterwald Kühlungsborn and take to the trees on a (well secured) bike? If this doesn't provide enough of a kick, then you can always tackle the Tarzan Jump, the Base Jump from a height of ten metres or Germany's longest forest zip wire, measuring a cool 103 metres.
The forest adventure park offers a total of seven different courses, with specially trained instructors on hand to ensure safety. In addition, climbers are always doubly secured via a robust safety harness with spring hooks and ropes. So all you need to do is put on comfortable clothes and sturdy footwear and head on down for some treetop fun!
Children from the age of 5 can really let off steam in the "Kids parcours", while adventure-hungry can prove their courage on the "adventure Course".
Only 100 m from the beach, in the midst of a green oasis lies the Kühlungsborner climbing forest. Whether big or small, young or old-everyone will find his personal challenge here.