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Hochseilgarten Kiekeberg

A spectacular high ropes course with numerous obstacles awaits young and old in the middle of the forest in the Harburg mountains.

Attention all adventurers! The high ropes course at Kiekeberg Harburg has plenty of exciting obstacles to be overcome. The "Flying Fox” is waiting for you in the middle of the forest; at 71 metres and 11 seconds, it has the longest flight time of any zipline in Germany that ends in the air. Kids will also have a great time. At 12 stations and various connecting roots, they can train their motor skills through play.

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Hamburg CARD

Free travel by bus, train and harbour ferries (HVV) and up to 50% discount on over 150 tourist offers

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