Duration: 1 day
Adventure ID: 02/202101
Country/Region: Switzerland, Uri
Treffpunkt: Ibergeregg, Schwyz 8843
Participants: 4-8 guests
Services: 1x vegetarian lunch, group material
Slackline skills: walking slacklines at least 25 m long
Your adventure guide:
International Slackline Ass. Certified Rigger
From the meeting point at the Ibergeregg Pass, Schwyz, we gently hike to the climbing area of Chli Schijen (approx. 20 minutes).
Here we will find an already set up midline, approximately 35 m long and 20 m high off the ground. We will have a short warm up and an explanation about safety procedures and how the highlines are meant to function while we walk over them. Now the fun begins! One after the other we will tie the "leash" to our climbing harness and try our best at balancing over the line! We will give you useful tips and tricks to make it to the other side, as well as make some test "falls" so that you can get acquainted to this new activity.
Time to eat a bite! Relax and enjoy our delicious vegetarian picnic lunch, meant to fuel you up for the afternoon session! If you rather want to grill your own food, there is a fireplace with lake view right next to the climbing routes waiting for you.
Second session it is! We discuss each member's unique slacklining skill and prepare for another session of highlining. If you'd like to climb, the area is full of well-equipped sport climbing routes!
Unmounting the lines and walking back to the meeting point.
We will confirm if the tour is taking place per e-mail latest:
if it's a weekend tour 1 day before it begins (from 11:00)
if it's a multi day tour 2 days before it begins (from 17:00)
After the tour:
We'll email you direct links to the photo upload/download and our feedback form.
Before the tour:
It is mandatory to read the last information about your tour 1 day before the tour starts (from 11am). We will email you at the mentioned time.
Any question left?
Not sure if your skills fulfill the requirements above?
I will be happy to help you!
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