Thrill seeker? Why not try a forest high wire, downhill scooters or a mountain rollercoaster.

Langenbruck, BL, Wasserfallen, BL or Todtnau, Black Forest, Germany

Sunny weather and looking for outdoor activities for all of the family?   Read my blog article about where to find forest high wires, mountain downhill scooters and rollercoasters.

Solarbob and Seilbahn at Langenbruck

Lagenbruck is around 35 mins from Basel and hosts the Deinkick a leisure zone for skiing, solar bob sledding *Rodelbahn or Solarbob’ and has Seilpark, a wonderful series of rope walks that will take you on a journey through the trees canopy.  The weather is just right to enjoy this outdoor experience.

The park is open, 10-17h.  Prices start at 3 CHF per bob ride and 19CHF for a walk around the Seilpark these activities are open to children over 6.

Location and Direction

You can visit Deinkick by IR 27 from the Basel SBB to Leistal bahnhof then 19EV bus to Langenbruckdorf then, switch to the bus 94 to final destination.

Reigoldswil

Gondelbahn, Seilbahn and Trottiplausch

to be updated…

Opening hours and price to be updated soon…

Location and Direction

Hasenhorn Coaster in Todtnau, Black Forest

The Hasenhorn coaster is a rodel bahn located 45 mins from Basel in Todtnau. 

https://www.hasenhorn-rodelbahn.de/en/

 

To use the chairlift to go up and the Rodelbahn to go down cost 8.50 Euros for children 4-15 years old, 10 Euros for big kids over 16 years old.

Location and Directions

The Hasenhorn coaster is a rodelbahn located 45 mins from Basel in Todtnau, a small town in the Black Forest, Germany. The best way to travel to Todtnau is by car taking the A5 motorway from Basel to Freiburg and exiting at Freiburg Mitte then head towards Todtnau and follow the sign posts to the Rodelbahn’s car park on Brandenbergstrasse.

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Love, Louise

Blogger @ Things to do in Basel

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