The wheelchair-accessible high ropes course of the German Scout Association of St. George, which was created in cooperation with the Seilschaft, can be found in Rüthen by people with and without disabilities. Built between poles, it allows people in wheelchairs to have new experiences in the third dimension at fourteen high stations.
The low ropes course elements include:
Our team leaders responsibly ensure safety and design the pedagogical process together with the responsible specialists. For this offer, a thorough clarification of the assignment, which also takes into account the cooperation of the various professionals, is very important to us.
Example of an inclusive high station - "Jacob's Tower
The Jakobsturm is a high ropes course station for four people. Similar to the classic station Jacob's Ladder (also called Heaven's Ladder), the main focus is on teamwork. Secured and with the help of ramps, ropes and boards, the group independently works its way over platforms at a height of six meters. Once at the top, the wheelchair users can, for example, abseil down our "long way" or try out other stations.
High elements in the high ropes course Rüthen
- Climbing wall
- Bar wall
- Climbing net
- Abseiling station
- Sky ladder
- Rope ferry
- Rope dance
Wheelchair accessible elements in the high ropes course
- The long way
- The ride to nowhere
- The slalom
- Flying footbridge
- Suspension bridge
- Swing jump
Seilschaft UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
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Text: Seilschaft Arnsberg