Grindelwald

Visit the largest Indoor Rope Park in Europe

Under the roof of the ice hall, both young and old can balance, climb or fly across the sometimes rather wobbly and challenging courses. Use of the Indoor Rope Park requires no particular level of fitness. All users of the Indoor Rope Park will be supplied with the necessary equipment and instructed by the staff.

5 courses

42 challenges

4-15m high

Allow 1.5-3hrs

All weather

The Park

1West Ridge

Easy

The introductory circuit is suitable for everyone and the ideal place to begin. It is recommended as a starting point for all users of the Indoor Rope Park.

2Mittellegi Ridge

Intermediate

On the Mittellegi Ridge things become more challenging – despite the leisurely start in the bivouac. The haul bag takes you to the next platform and on across the big net to the final platform before descending. Here you have the choice between returning to the start and attempting a different circuit or taking the Tyrolienne to the Scenic Circuit.

3White Spider

Challenging

We test the classic part of the Eiger north wall in the Indoor Rope Park and tackle it right at the start! The first element begins with a speedy descent. The continuation to the Spinne is undulating and will take you at great height to the final element, the cable reel. In descending the big net you reach the finishing platform. Here you have the choice of returning to the start and on to another course, or taking the Tyrolienne to the Scenic Circuit.

4North Wall

Very challenging

Cross the Ice Field, negotiate the Götter Traverse and finally swing up the Hinterstoisser Traverse – this demands slightly more strength and courage. Impressive abseiling back to the ground forms the crowning conclusion, or take the connection across to Weisse Spinne and descend via the big net.

5Scenic Circuit

Intermediate/challenging, depending on which route is taken

Those reaching the summit via the Mittellegi Ridge, Weisse Spinne or the North Wall can embark on the Scenic Circuit (after signing the visitor’s book, of course). The 40m-long Tyrolienne takes you to the other end of the ice rink – and on to the eight elements of the Scenic Circuit.

Good to know

  • No personal special equipment required
  • Comfortable clothing as well as a warm jacket recommended
  • Trainers or trekking/ hiking shoes are best
  • Limited parking only at the Sports Centre underground parking
  • Approximate time needed to complete all five rope courses: 1 ½ to 2 ½ hours
  • Min. height: 120cm / 4.6 ft
  • Max. height: 200cm / 6.5 ft
  • Max. body weight: 120kg / 264 lbs
  • Kids under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult
  • Kids from 12 to 14 years under supervision of an adult
  • Schools

    The Indoor Rope Park gets children and teenagers moving, whether on a school outing, a class camp, in summer school or with the youth training group.

    Advance notice / reservation would be welcome.

    Children under 18 years need a Declaration of Consent (PDF) from their parents to visit the Rope Park.Groups / Events

    Groups / Events

    Groups from 10 people benefit from reduced entry prices.
    Advance notice / reservation would be welcome.

    Put some action into your business outing or autumn weekend with your club and attempt to climb the Eiger in the Indoor Rope Park.
    If you are still on the search for a fringe programme, our local event partner Eigervision has appropriate ideas.

    Park rules

    Thank you for abiding by the rules when using the Grindelwald Indoor Rope Park!

    The rules

    Catering

    The Eiger Plus Café Lounge at the sports centre has hot and cold food and drinks available. For the rainy days there is cosy seating inside, for the sunny days you can enjoy views to the Eiger on the large terrace. There are take away options for all items on the menu.

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    Where to find us
    2 minutes from the Grindelwald train station.
    The Sport Centre is in the middle of the village. The Indoor Parking Eiger+ with around 300 places is available under the Sportzentrum on Endweg 1b.
    review

    Well-built climbing park with a few cool, unusual elements. The safety system takes some getting used to at the beginning but has done its job well;) Recommend to wear a thin jacket / sweater, as you climb about 15m above an ice field and it is rather cool. Is definitely worth a visit in bad weather. They are closed on Monday / Tuesday according to opening times. Still, I would try to call, we could go on Tuesday as they were open.