You must have undergone the safety training before participating in any of the activities in the climbing park
- You are not allowed to attend any activities unless you have undergone the safety training first.
- Make sure you have understood the safety training before entering the activity area.
- Ask if there is anything that is is unclear.
You are responsible for your own and your children’s activity and safety in the climbing park
- Persons under 18 years should have an approval from a guardian / responsible adult to attend activities.
- Children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
- The climbing harness has three buckles – one on the hip belt and one on each leg loop.
- The climbing harness must always sit tight.
- If you take off the harness or feel that the harness not sits tight, contact an instructor immediately for control.
- Be sure you enter and fasten the heaviest carbine correct on the security line when you start a trail.
- When carrying out any element in the trail you must have 2 carabiners securely fastened.
- The pulley should be used on the zip lines only.
- Wearing floating equipment are required for anyone using a canoe or SUP.
- All elements and activities have height and age limits – read all notices before entering the activity.
- Move slowly and controlled through activities and elements.
- Up to 2 persons are allowed per element (unless otherwise specified). Wait until it is clear before moving into the element.
- The platforms between each element has a capacity of up to 3 persons. Wait for free space on next platform before moving into an element.
- Max. 1 person on a zip line Do not connect to the zip line until you are sure that the person before you is detached from the line.
- Do not grab the zip line while you are moving or attempt to hang upside down in the climbing harness.
- On suspicion of errors or defects in within the facilities, contact the park staff immediately.
- People with back or neck problems should not climb.
- Pregnant ladies climb at their own risk.
- People with heart or lung problems climb at their own risk.
Access to the activities is not permitted for:
- Persons who not meet the height requirement applicable for each trail.
- Persons under the influence of alcohol or other drugs are not allowed in any activities in Rypetoppen.
- Persons who weigh more than 130 kg.
All traffic outside marked trails inside the park area is prohibited.
Tickets will not be reimbursed if:
- A person does not want use the park after completing the safety training.
- The park needs to close due to weather changes as storms or strong winds.