High Ropes Park Zweisimmen

High rope park

The majestic trees of the Obersimmental make fine pillars for wobbly cable bridges, tricky and varied bridge elements, amusing rope ladders, crazy Tyrolean zip-wires, daring leaps and high-speed downhill runs. Shared experiences build bonds in old and new teams alike. Our programs on and around the rope park transcend the boundaries of the ordinary. At heights of between four and twenty meters (thirteen to sixty-five feet) above the ground, you will overcome personal barriers. Secured to the climbing rope, our groups dare to perform the tightrope walk of a lifetime, leap into the void or move hand over hand from one rope to the next.

Schwimmbadstrasse 1
3770 Zweisimmen

Opening hours: 

Ascension and Pentecost 13.30h - 17.30h

June, September, October:

13.30h – 17.30h
July, August:
Tuesday and Thursday
Saturday and Sunday

13.30h – 17.30h
10.00h – 17.30h

Open on all public holidays.

Groups of 15 and more people can visit the park outside of our regular opening hours.


Adults: CHF 39.-
Children up to 16 years: CHF 32.-
Children's course: CHF 25.-
Groups of 15+ people: CHF 30.- per person
Schools of 15 or more people: CHF 30.- per person
Families of 3 or more people: 20% discount
Local residents (Saanenland / Obersimmental): 20% discount
Gstaad Card 20% discount
Simmental Card 20% discount

Cash, payment per card and TWINT possible.

Included in the price are: entry, equipment, instruction.
Minimum height of 1.20 m required for the two children's courses, 1.40 m for all other courses.
Minimal age of 6 years. Children up to 12 years must be accompanied by adults. 

When the rope park is open to the public, no reservations can be made. True to the motto “first come, first served”.

General information

The rope park offers five courses. The courses offer varying degrees of difficulty and offer fun and challenging elements. In order to accomplish all courses you need about four hours.

The high ropes park team members are trained according the regulations of the Swiss Outdoor Association SOA. They are also trained in first aid and coaching. Throughout the season various advanced training courses and first aid classes are held.

The equipment (climbing harness, gloves and helmet) are provided. Personal equipment cannot be used. We recommend good shoes such as hiking or sport shoes. The courses pass through and over trees and therefore clothing may get dirty. Jewelry, mobile phones etc. should not be brought along. We are not liable for lost or damaged items.

Minimal height/minimum age/weight
Children from 6 years. For the two children’s courses, kids have to be at least 1.20 meters in height. The three other courses can be done by anyone of at least 1.40 meters. This minimum size is enforced and no exceptions will be made! Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
The weight limit for the courses is a minimum of 20 kg and a maximum of 120 kg.

Children’s courses
Children must be accompanied and looked after by an adult. On the «Hoig├╝mper» (a high stick where they can jump down) the guardianship can also be undertaken from the ground.

Instructions & training courses
The trained rope park team instructs the participants on our training course.The completion of the training course is compulsory. The instructions and the rules must be followed. Failure to follow rules will result in the expulsion from the park. The high ropes park staff monitors the visitors on their various courses from the ground.

The rope park is also open during light rain. During storms, heavy rain or snowfall the park may be closed. When the park must close the entry fee will not be refunded.

There are various barbeque stations around the high ropes park. During the opening hours of the swimming pool, there is also the possibility to eat at the swimming pool restaurant.

Information concerning the construction of the rope park
The high ropes park was planned and built by the Alpinzentrum Gstaad AG
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