Rock climbing is becoming increasingly popular, and not just because of the thrill of literally pulling and feeling your way to the top. Climbing also comes with a strong dose of adrenaline.
The Aletsch Arena has climbing courses and well-secured via ferratas offering great opportunities for first-time and amateur climbers to experience the rock face in the most liberating nature experience of the Alps.
Via ferrata and climbing wall
Ropes courses: fun and thrills in the treetops
True, a visit to a ropes course requires a healthy dose of courage. But if you have what it takes, mastering the challenges of such an outdoor fun park in the treetops is pure exhilaration.
Visitors to the Aletsch Arena can test their climbing and balancing skills at two different canopy ropes courses, Seilpark Baschweri and Swiss Seilpark Fiesch. An unforgettable experience: great fun, with a sure-fire adrenaline rush.
Tip: A visit to the ropes course involves climbing through branches and through the canopy, so wear comfortable sports gear to protect you and ensure you are not restricted. Helmets and gloves are issued at the ropes courses.