Common questions

We want to visit the park, how does it work?

We are so glad you want to visit us! You buy tickets that allow you three hours of climbing in the park. We have six different obstacle courses and you are allowed to climb as much as you want during your three hours as long as you follow the hight- and age requirements for each course.  The tickets are based on how old the climber is, and we have three different ticket categories: 


2 – 4 Years old (120 kr) – Minimum 80 cm tall
5 – 9 Years old (270 kr)
From 10 Years old (330 kr) 


When you arrive, we start by putting on your harness. After that we give you a safety briefing and then you go through our training course under the supervision of an instructor. After that you are free to climb in the park for the rest of your three hours.  

Children climbing in the park – requirements

We have minimum hight and age requirements in the park. The requirements are: 

Orange course: Minimum 80 cm, children can be accompanied by an adult from the ground (the adult do not need a ticket for themselves)    


Green course: Children need to be minimum 110 cm to climb. Children under 6 years old are required to climb with an adult. Adults can not accompany/reach children from the ground in the green courses.  


Blue/red course: Children need to be minimum 140/150 cm to climb. Children under 10 years old are required to climb with an adult. Adults can not accompany/reach children from the ground in the blue and red courses.  


We recommend 1 adult per maximum 4 children. 

I am visiting the park but I am not climbing, do i need to buy a ticket?

No, if you are visiting us but you are not climbing then you don´t need to buy a ticket. You are welcome to walk around the park and take pictures and cheer on the climbers.   

Are dogs allowed in the park?

Yes, dogs are allowed in the park. The dog needs to be on a leash. 

Is there an age limit for being able to climb in the park yourself without a guardian / responsible adult?

Children under the age of 16 without an accompanying adult must have a parent’s permit / approval to climb in the park. Everyone who is under 18 years of age and books themselves must provide contact information to the next of kin / guardian.

Children under 6 years must have an accompanying adult in the green courses, children under 10 years must have an accompanying adult in the blue and red courses.

What are your opening hours?

Our opening hours vary during the season. Here you find our current opening hours.  

Terms of participation

For everyone climbing in the park, the following terms of participation must be followed:

-Maximum weight 120 kg.

-Climbing is not allowed when pregnant.

-Climbing is not allowed of you are intoxicated by alcohol or drugs.

-Before climbing in the park, everyone must participate in the mandatory safety briefing led by an instructor.

-When climbing, the rules of the park must be followed. 

Can the park be fully booked?

Yes, we have a limited number of harnesses for rent. We recommend you buy your tickets in advance to guarantee a spot. During high season, the park is often fully booked.  

Where do I park?

You can park by the Axamo camping site. 

Can we bring our own food?

Yes, you can bring food, drinks and snacks to the park. We have several tables that you can use as well as fire places if you want to barbeque. If you want to use the fireplace you have to bring your own supply of equipment including wood or brickets.  

What happens if the weather is bad?

The park is open regardless of the weather. There is no problem climbing in all sorts of weather, just make sure to wear suitable clothes. The park might be temporarily closed down if there is risk of thunder or extreme wind. Temporary closing of the park does not entitle any ticket refunds. 

How can I contact you if I have a question or request?

The best way to get in contact with us is via email: We check our email regularly and usually answers within 24 hours.