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Practical information

Prices and tickets

For ticket guarantee, we recommend you to buy your ticket online before arriving at Hydlaparken. That will also give you our best prices!

Buy tickets here

 

Day pass (above 140 cm) – Online booking 430 NOK (drop-in: 450 NOK)
Day pass (110 – 140 cm) – Online booking 370 NOK (drop-in: 390 NOK)
Day pass (up to 110 cm) – Online booking 270 NOK (drop-in: 290 NOK)

 

Season ticket (above 140 cm) – 1 450 NOK (OPENING OFFER UNTIL JUNE 1st 2024: 1 015 NOK)
Season ticket (110 – 140 cm) – 1 250 NOK (OPENING OFFER UNTIL JUNE 1st 2024: 875 NOK)
Season ticket (up to 110 cm) – 1 000 NOK (OPENING OFFER UNTIL JUNE 1st 2024: 700 NOK)
Season ticket family (mother, father, own children) – 5 000 NOK (OPENING OFFER UNTIL JUNE 1st 2024: 3 500 NOK)

Guests who do not climb can stay in Hydlaparken free of charge.

Self-declaration

It is mandatory to fill in a self-declaration. To save time, please fill in this form online before arrival. An adult person can deliver this form for a complete group by adding the names of the participants to the self-declaration. It’s only necessary to deliver the self-declaration once each year.


Fill in the self-declaration form

Height requirements

Our tracks is graded with colours, where orange is the easiest, and red is the most difficult. Between these you’ll find light green, dark green and blue. The height requirements for the different colours are:
 

Orange track – above 80 cm
Green track – above 110 cm. Children below 6 years of age must be accompanied by an adult in the track.
Red/blue track – above 140 cm. Children below 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult in the track.

Important information

Access to the climbing tracks is not allowed for:

  • persons above 120 kg

  • pregnant

  • persons affected by alcohol or other drugs

It is mandatory to participate in our training course with a qualified instructor, and familiarize with our regulations.
To preserve our nature, please don’t walk outside tracks and trails made by machines.

Weight limit

Maximum 120 kg in the climbing trails.
Minimum 20 kg in the climbing walls and “Hydlaspranget”.

Safety and training

All activities is quality assured thru routines and internal control. All equipment gets yearly inspection and are approved by Statens Jernbanetilsyn. Safety is our main priority, and we work continuous with development and improvement. If you find something we can improve, please give us feedback.

 

It’s mandatory to go thru the training course with an instructor before entering the climbing tracks. The training course must be done minimum once each season. To save time, please pay attention during the training course. There may be some waiting time at the training course during busy days.

Weather and clothing

Dress up in hiking or training clothes. You will get warm, so dress up so you are able to dress lighter during the day. Hoodies is not recommended. Bring a bag with extra clothes if necessary. Bring waterproof clothing if the weather forecast says so. Wear sneakers or hiking shoes. Cloudy or drizzle is the best weather to go climbing.  

Food and drinks

Bring your own food and drinks.  We’ve got benches and tables in the park and outside by the reception. We sell drinks, coffee, hot dogs, ice cream and some pastries (the selection may vary) inside.

Parking

We’ve got a big parking lot next to Hydlastova. The price is 40 NOK. You pay during check in.

Contact information:

Address: Hydlavegen 25, 6783 Stryn

Phone: +47 91 91 50 55

Mail: post@hydlaparken.no

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