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High Rope Course

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Salzburg Province, Austria.

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“Sporty self awareness for those free from giddiness”, this park is one of the world’s biggest high rope courses. Like a giant outdoor activity team building playground, this is a lot more exciting and dangerous than it first sounds. You can’t just play around on it, you have to have training and the right gear, then you can swing, hang, slide, climb and balance your way around the tree top obstacle course – from the photos it looks like a dangerous form of wilderness parkour, or one of those military training regimes they show in training montages. From 3 to 40 metres off the ground, you need to be brave and have some serious skills to master this course.

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