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Rope Park - Port Brzeźno

Are you looking for emotions and closeness to nature in one place? A rope park is the perfect answer to your desires! Immerse yourself in a world full of challenges and adventures at heights, where everyone, regardless of age, will find something for themselves.

From routes for the youngest to extreme challenges for adults - find out what rope parks have to offer, where they come from and where to find the best of them in Poland and around the world.

rope park in Brzeźno

What is a rope park?

The rope park is a unique place that combines elements of sport, adventure and nature. It consists of various routes placed on trees or special structures, which participants overcome using ropes, bridges, nets and other obstacles. Each route has a different level of difficulty, so both children and adults will find something for themselves.

Rope parks are popular all over the world as a form of active outdoor recreation. Participants can test their skills, improve their physical condition and enjoy the closeness of nature. Rope parks are also a great place to spend time with family and friends, offering both fun and challenge.

The history of the creation of rope parks

Rope parks have their roots in mountaineering and military training. The first rope parks appeared in France in the 1980s, and their popularity quickly spread around the world. The idea was to create safe but exciting routes that would allow you to experience adventure at heights without having to go to the mountains.

The first rope park in Poland was established in 2001, and since then their number has been systematically growing, becoming a popular tourist attraction. Today, rope parks are available in many regions of the country, offering a variety of routes and attractions for visitors of all ages.

Brzeźno port, rope park

Attractions and routes in the Port Brzeźno rope park

The rope park in Brzeźno offers a number of attractions adapted to various age groups and skill levels.

You will find here:

  • Routes for children: Safe and easy to follow routes that allow the youngest to experience their first adventures at height.

  • Adult Trails: More challenging trails that test participants' strength, agility and courage.

  • Zip lines: Fast descents on ropes that provide unforgettable emotions.

  • Rope Bridges: A variety of structures that will test your balancing and concentration skills.

  • Special Obstacles: Unique elements such as climbing nets, swings and ladders.

rope park in Gdańsk

Location and access to the rope park in Brzeźno

The rope park in Brzeźno is located in a picturesque district of Gdańsk, near the Baltic Sea. It is a perfect place to spend an active day, away from the hustle and bustle of the city and at the same time close to beautiful beaches.

Address: [insert exact address here] Access: The most convenient way to get there is by car, using the Tricity bypass and exiting towards Gdańsk Brzeźno.

There are also bus and tram lines that stop near the park. For bicycle lovers, there are numerous bicycle paths leading straight to the park.

Price list and opening hours of the Port of Brzeźno

Price list:

  • Children under 6: PLN 20

  • Children from 7 to 12 years: PLN 30

  • Youth and adults: PLN 40

Opening hours:

  • Monday - Friday: 10:00 - 18:00

  • Saturday - Sunday: 9:00 - 19:00

Prices may vary depending on the season and special offers, so it's worth checking the park's website for current information before your planned visit.

rope park for children

Interesting facts related to Rope Parks

The highest rope park in the world is located in Switzerland, in the Jungfrau region. Built at an altitude of over 3,000 meters above sea level, it offers amazing views of Alpine peaks and glaciers. The routes in this park are intended mainly for experienced climbers who are looking for real challenges.

The largest rope park in the world is Adventure Park in New Zealand. It covers over 10 kilometers of routes and over 200 different obstacles, offering amazing experiences for both beginners and advanced participants.

The largest indoor rope park is located in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. The IT Adventure Ropes Course is 60 feet high and features four levels of trails, including 180-foot zip lines that transport participants above a spectacular water and light show.

The highest rope park in Austria is Area 47 in Tyrol. Its structure reaches 27 meters in height, offering extreme experiences at heights, with routes placed between two huge bridge pillars.

The best rope parks in Poland

  • Rope Park "Bluszcz" in Ustronie Morskie - Located by the sea, it offers beautiful views and varied routes for children and adults.

  • Rope Park "Trollandia" in Międzyzdroje - One of the oldest in Poland, offering routes in the scenery of coastal forests.

  • Rope Park "JuraPark" in Bałtów - In the JuraPark complex, with routes of varying difficulty and attractions such as a dinosaur park.

  • Rope Park "Chorzów" - In the heart of the Silesian Park, offers rope routes among urban forests.

  • Adrenalina Park (Sokolniki, Kąty Wrocławskie) - Over 1,300 meters of trails, three ziplines and other attractions such as zorbing.

  • Extreme Park Funtour (Czantoria) - Five routes with a total length of 1 km, including a route at a height of 12 meters.

  • Tarzania (near Szczecin) - Three routes with 39 obstacles.

  • Jumpy Park (Malbork) - Five routes with a length of 1,150 meters, including zip lines.

  • Rope Park in Rudnica (near Wałcz) - Five routes and 1,052 meters to go, night climbing possible.

  • Rope Park Wyspa Opatowicka (Wrocław) - Seven routes with a length of 1,017 meters.

  • Skalisko (Złoty Stok) - Eight routes, including long Tyrolean descents.

  • Przygoda Park (Wisła) - Five routes, 700 meters in total.

  • Rope park in Rytro (Beskid Sądecki) - Three routes, additional attractions such as Hell's Pendulum.

  • Veni Vici (Warsaw Powsin) - Four routes, including the demanding Extreme route.


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