Here is all of the information you need before visiting our park. Please read our safety rules and make sure you know our age limits and height requirements before you purchase your tickets online. Your climbing equipment will be waiting for you and you can get straight to the action!
Purchase tickets online
We highly recommend purchasing your tickets on our webpage, to ensure you can begin climbing as soon as you arrive. A receipt will be emailed to you, bring this to the ticket office to claim your tickets, or have it available on your phone.
Tickets must be purchased before 12:00pm the day before your visit. It’s not possible to buy tickets online the same morning.
Drop-in guests are also welcome. Simply purchase your tickets and sign the safety waiver upon your arrival. We accept both credit cards and cash. Unfortunately, we have a limited capacity of climbing harnesses, and drop-in visitors may have to wait for harnesses to become available. There is plenty of room in the park for other fun activities whilst waiting for equipment. We also have separate tickets for park entrance without climbing.
Season passes are sold on both our website and in the ticket office in the park. Season passes are personal and can only be used by one person. Do you own a season pass and want to make a reservation, enter booking on our website and choose the tab “Reservation”. Select the date and purchase the reservation. This costs 35kr per person.
You can also meet up in the park and show your season pass in the ticket booth, but then you’re not guaranteed a place if the park is full and you risk some waiting for a climbing harness.
Gift cards must be purchased on our website at the booking page. You can choose from several different values on the card. When you buy gift cards you will receive an electronic gift certificate by email. This can be used as payment for all our day passes and season passes. If you don’t use the full amount, the remaining amount can be used at a later date. The gift cards are valid for one year after purchase.
All visitors must complete a training session before climbing on their own. The session takes approximately 15-20 minutes, and is held by one of our qualified instructors. The instructor takes guests through everything they need to know in order to safely enjoy the park, after which each guest must demonstrate competency on a short training course.
Age and height requirements
There is no age limit for climbing in the park, but children under 12 years of age must climb under the supervision of an adult. Max 4 children per adult.
The different courses have varying height requirements. To climb the children’s course, children must be at least 80 cm tall. Adults walk alongside the course. The two family courses have a height requirement of 110 cm, while the sport courses have a height requirement of 140 cm.
All climbers must read the safe rules and sign a safety waiver. One form per group / family. The form must be signed by a parent or an adult who is responsible for the group. If you purchase tickets online, the declaration is part of the booking process. Drop-in guests must sign the form at meet up.
Use of drones in the park is forbidden. If bringing a drone to the park without permit, we will confiscate it upon arrival, and return it when you leave.
We can allow drones for special events, or group visits outside opening hours.
Please contact us upon arrival if you are planning a visit wishing to use a drone.
Food and Drink
In the kiosk we sell freshly made waffles, hot-dogs, cake, snacks, mineral water, ice cream, coffee and tea. The kiosk is open from 11am to 5pm every day. We accept cards and cash. Tables and chairs are available outside the kiosk.
Feel free to bring your own food into the park. We have benches and tables placed throughout the park, where guests are free to relax and refuel.
We have grills available at Tunet, where guests can prepare their own food or food purchased at the kiosk. Feel free to eat at the benches and picnic tables throughout the park, or inside our picnic shelter.
Buy dinner in Valldal
If you want a meal after the visit in the activity park we can recommend some of those offering food and drink nearby.
Weather and proper clothing
Park opening is generally not weather dependent, but extreme winds or thunder storms can force us to temporarily shut down portions of the park. The large trees in the park provide some shelter from rain, and under our picnic shelter it is always perfectly dry.
Light hiking or training clothing is recommended. Be prepared for the weather. Dress in layers, as climbing can be physically demanding and many guests become quite warm. Tennis shoes are great for climbing. Keep in mind that the grass is often wet after rain showers. At the kiosk we have thin climbing gloves for sale, in case your hands are cold or you prefer extra comfort.
Parking is immediately after the turn-off from the main road. Please park in the marked spots. Parking is free and for guests only.
At the end of the parking lot, adjacent to the park entrance, you will find our toilet facilities. Toilets are wheelchair accessible and include a changing table.
Please note that we do not have running water, but provide wet wipes and hand sanitizer.
Benches and tables
Scattered around the park, you will find benches and table, both with and without roofs. Feel free to take a break from climbing, have lunch, and relax.
Dogs and smoking
Feel free to bring your dog to the park. Be sure to keep it on a leash, and please clean up its mess. The park is strictly smoke free. There is a smoking area at the edge of the parking lot by the river. Follow the signs.
We don’t offer accommodation in the adventure park, but we cooperate with several local partners who offers nearby accommodation in tents, cabins and hotels. See our accommodation page for the different alternatives.