Highline Kurse & Workshops

Highline Workshop (English) 

3 Days – 6. – 8. September 2024 – Rigging and Sport-Skills – Level: Highline-Beginner with Samuel Volery – in Niouc, Switzerland

Highline Workshop (English)

4 Days – 19. – 22. Juni 2025 – Rigging and Sport-Skills – Level: Highline-Beginner with Samuel Volery – in Gadmen, Switzerland

Highline Kurs (Deutsch)

2 Tage + Vorbereitungsabend – 22./23. Juni 2024 – Rigging und Sport-Skills – Level: Highline-Beginner mit Samuel Volery – in Gadmen (Berner Oberland), Vorbereitungsabend in Stans

Advanced Highline Workshop (English) 

5 Days – 23. – 27. April 2025 – Rigging and Sport-Skills for people with Highline Experience with Samuel Volery – in Niouc, Switzerland

Highline Workshop (English) 

6 Days – 20. – 25. Mai 2025 – Rigging and Sport-Skills – Level: Highline-Beginner with Samuel Volery – in Gadmen, Switzerland – The first 3 days some intense rigging and highlining, then 1 day off to recover and another 2 days of improving the skills. A course for those willing to acquire and consolidate their highline skills in an efficient but intense way. More information will follow soon. 850.- CHF incl. Accomodation and Food

Highline Workshop (English)

1 Day – March & April 2024 – Sport-Skills – Level: Beginner & Advanced with Deborah Casimiro & Tim Odermatt – in Seelisberg, Switzerland
 

Highline Kurs mit Samuel Volery

Wolltest du schon immer einmal in schwindelerregender Höhe über eine Slackline gehen? Dann bist du in diesem Kurs genau richtig. Unter der Leitung von Samuel Volery, einem der erfahrensten Highlinern weltweit, lernst an einem Vorbereitungsabend die wichtigsten Basics um auf einer Highline gehen zu können. In der darauffolgenden Woche steht dann das Highline-Weekend an! Hier wirst du das Erlernte in die Tat umsetzen und deine ersten Aufsteh-Versuche oder sogar Schritte auf einer Highline machen können. Dies natürlich gesichert (Stürze gehören dazu), wie es für das Highlinen selbstverständlich ist. 

Highline-Weekend: An diesen zwei unvergesslichen Tagen wirst du in Gadmen, in der Nähe vom Sustenpass, unter Sams Anleitung deine ersten Highlines aufspannen. Die kürzeste Line ist ca. 20m lang, die längste Line ca. 60m. Nach dem Aufbau ist es Zeit für die ersten Versuche. Angst überwinden, auf die Highline raussliden, nochmals gut durchatmen und nun ist die Zeit für den ersten Leashfall gekommen! Unter der Anleitung von Sam lernst du, wie du stürzt, wie du die Leash kraftsparend wieder hochklettern kannst, einfache Tricks auf der Highline, Aufstehen und vielleicht erste Schritte zu machen. Daneben ist aber die Sicherheit und der Aufbau von Highlines ein grosses Thema. Das Highlinen ist insgesamt ein sehr sicherer Sport – dies aber nur, wenn alle Sicherheitsregeln eingehalten werden und die Highline-Korrekt aufgebaut ist. Während dem Kurs kannst du den langjährigen Highline-Profi mit deinen Fragen löchern und an deinen persönlichen Zielen arbeiten.

Mehr Infos findest du in den Kursausschreibungen weiter unten. 

Slackline highline workshop

Highline Kurs in der Schweiz – mit Samuel Volery

Kursinhalte

  • Erlernen und Verfeinern der Grundlagen auf Slacklines im Park
  • Erste Highline-Versuche 
  • Ausprobieren einfacher Tricks 
  • Sturztraining
  • Aufbau von Highlines
  • Sicherheit beim Highlinen
  • Hochklettern der Leash

In den Kurskosten inbegriffen ist:

  • Kursteilnahme
  • Slackline zum Ausleihen (falls gewünscht)
  • Kursmaterial (Highline-Setups)
  • Abendessen (Samstag) und Frühstück (Sonntag) am Highline-Weekend (auf Wunsch auch vegan)
  • Übernachtung im Haus – bitte Matratzenbezug und Schlafsack mitbringen. Alternativ dazu kann auch im eigenen Van oder einer eigenen Hängematte outdoor übernachtet werden. 

 

Location und Zeiten Sommer-Kurs

1 x Vorbereitungs-Abend: in einer kleinen Slackline-Halle in Stans 

  • Dienstag 11. Juni 2024 (19:00 – 21:30)

1 x Highline-Weekend: in Gadmen – Nähe Sustenpass. Übernachtung im Mehr-Bett-Zimmer oder eigenem Camper-Van.

  • 22. /23. Juni 2024
 

Voraussetzungen

Du solltest mindestens eine 20m lange Slackline durchlaufen können. Mitbringen solltest du auch eine gewisse Fitness (z.B. mind. 2 Klimmzüge schaffen oder 6a klettern) und Durchhaltewillen. Das Erlernen der Bewegungen braucht Geduld und kann auch das eine oder andere Mal einen blauen Fleck zur Folge haben. Wir empfehlen sehr, dass du dir auch zwischen dem Vorbereitungsabend und dem Highline-Weekend ein paar Stunden Zeit nimmst um das Geübte zu Verfeinern. Dafür stellen wir den Kursteilnehmern falls gewünscht auch Slacklines zur Verfügung.

Wir empfehlen sehr, dass du vor dem Kurs die folgenden Dinge schon übst: 

– Mantle Mount

Sit Mount auf einer Slackline mit ca. 2m Durchhang

– Auf einer rodeo- or longline einen surf starten und stoppen

Speziell der Mantle Mount ist extrem wichtig, um beim Kurs dann viele Versuche machen zu können. Wenn du diesen nicht beherrschst, bist du sonst schon nach 1-2 Versuchen völlig platt. 

Du solltest mitnehmen:

Wetterfeste Kleidung & Klettergurt. Für das Highline-Weekend Bettzeug oder Camping-Ausrüstung, Verpflegung für den Tag (Abendessen, Frühstück und Übernachtung sind in den Kurskosten inbegriffen). 

Falls du möchtest, kannst du auch Schutzausrüstung mitnehmen (z.B. Handschuhe, Tiefschutz, Barfuss-Schuhe (z.B. Skinners)). Nötig ist das aber nicht. 

Kursleitung

Samuel Volery ist einer der erfahrensten Highliner weltweit und hat bereits weit über 300 Slackline-Kurse geleitet. Er ist mehrfacher Highline-Weltrekordhalter und hat unzählige Tricks wie den Schulterstand oder Handstand als weltweit erster auf einer Highline geschafft. Er begeht alle seine Highlines immer gesichert.

Alter: mindestens 18 Jahre (ab 16 Jahren mit Unterschrift der Eltern)

Versicherung: Ist Sache der Teilnehmer

Anzahl Teilnehmer: 6 – 10

Kurskosten

360.- CHF 

Der komplette Betrag sollte überwiesen werden um den Platz definitiv zu sichern. Der Betrag wird zu 90% zurücküberwiesen, falls du dich mehr als einen Monat vor dem Kurs abmeldest. Weniger als 1 Monat vor dem Kurs erfolgt eine Rückzahlung von 80%. Falls wir den Kurs absagen müssen, wird natürlich der komplette Betrag zurücküberwiesen.

Zitat eines ehemaligen Kursteilnehmers

Paul Schneider, Highline-Kurs Teilnehmer 2021 hat uns nach dem Kurs folgendes e-Mail geschrieben: „Nochmals vielen Dank für den Highline-Kurs. Es war insgesamt eine total wertvolle Erfahrung und es überkommt mich fast Wehmut, wenn ich an das schöne Wochenende zurückdenke. Es war alles so surreal und wie in einer anderen Welt! Du hast uns wunderbar angeleitet und durch diese Highlight-Stunden geführt!“

Hast du noch Fragen

Dann schreib uns per Kontaktformular oder ruf uns an: Telefon +41 79 410 84 18. Falls du dich anmelden möchtest, bitte schreib auch kurz, für welchen der Kurse du dich anmelden willst. 

English Course - Highline Workshop in Switzerland with Samuel Volery

Have you always wanted to walk across a slackline at dizzying heights? And are you keen for an amazing adventure in beautiful surroundings with likeminded people? Then this is the right course for you. Under the guidance of Samuel Volery, one of the most experienced highliners in the world, you will do your first attempts on a highline. In this course you will learn how to rig a highline safely. This includes how to build anchor points on trees and on rocks. But also how to connect the 2 anchor points – we will even learn how to fly a drone-connection between the anchor points. 

Another focus is on the sport part. Learn how to slide out on the highline, how to sit and stand up and how to leash fall. Also we will have a look on some basic freestyle tricks like e.g. a chest roll or a sit bounce. These freestyle tricks are actually easier than walking on the highline and will help you to overcome your fears of height.  

There are many more skills to be learned in the course like e.g. how to rig a hammock on a highline. But mainly we want to focus on your personal goals. You will have plenty of time to bring in your questions. 

On these four unforgettable days we will set up 3-4 highlines in Gadmen, near the Susten Pass, under Sam’s guidance. The shortest line will be about 25m long, the longest about 60m. All this at a height of 60m above solid ground. 

Goals of the Highline-Workshop

  • Learn and improve your slackline basics like sit-mounts and walking skills
  • First Highline tries
  • Try some simple tricks which also helps overcoming your fears of height 
  • Learn to leash fall
  • Learn to rig highlines (anchor point, connection, etc.) 
  • Highline safety
  • Climb a leash
  • Rig a hammock on a highline

Included in the course costs:

  • Participation on the workshop
  • All necessary highline material (except for your personal harness)
  • 3x Breakfast and 3x dinner 
  • A sleeping place in the house – Please bring your own sleeping bag and bed sheet. Optionally you can also sleep in your van.

Location and Dates

4 days in Gadmen, close to the Sustenpass. Exact location

  • 19. – 22. Juni 2025
Close to the spot there are amazing hiking possibilite – it is definitely worth to visit the „Triftbrücke“ (google it to see pictures) which can be reached by hiking. Also really close to the spot there is the Sustenpass which offers more highline possibilities. You can find detailed information about those Highline Spots here
 

Requirements

You should be able to walk at least a 15-20m long slackline on the ground. Ideally with about 2m sag. You should also be in more or less good shape (e.g. be able to do at least 2 pullups or climb 6a). 

We really recommend that you learn how to 

– Mantle Mount

Sit Mount on a slackline with about 2m sag

Specially the mantle mount is an extremely important skill prior to the highline course as it will allow you to do many tries. If you do not have a clean mantle mount you will be exhausted after 1 or 2 leash falls. Having a strong and clean mantle mount will allow you to do many tries on the highline!

Upon the basics mentioned above, we also recommend you to learn

– How to start and stop a surf on a rodeo- or longline

– On a low rodeoline (with mats underneath) you could even give a few tries to mount and walk while wearing a harness to start understanding the leash management

Things to bring along:

Take weather proof clothes and a harness with you. If you have, also bring along a personal safety sling with a carabiner and a HangOver (rolling device). Upon that, take your sleeping bag and bed sheet. And as the place is a bit in the middle of nowhere it is wise to buy some food for lunch and snacks already on the way there. 

If you want, bring protective equipment like gloves, cup (for weird leashfalls), skinners (barefoot-shoes), bike-pants. However, all that is just if you want – there is absolutely no necessity to wear protective equipment.

Guide

Samuel Volery is one of the most experienced highliners world wide and has a huge experience in giving courses. He has managed to walk several highline world records and has invented countless highline tricks. He walks all his highlines always secured. 

Age: at least 18 years (above 16 with a signature of the parents)

Insurance: The participants are responsible for their own insurance

Number of participants: 6 – 9

Course costs

580.- CHF incl. food (breakfast & dinner) and accomodation 

If you pay in Euros, we take the exchange course on the day of your registration. 

Registration & Terms

You can register by sending us a message to [email protected] or press on the Subscribe-Button below. To definitely reserve your place, a pre-payment of 20% of the full amount is needed. This can be done via Bank Transfer or Paypal – please let us know what you prefer. The pre-payment will be paid back in case that we have to cancel the course or in case that you drop out because of a medical reason (proof needed). The other 80% can be paid after the course. 

Please write in your registration e-Mail for which of the courses you’d like to register. 

A former participant – Fabienne Egger – states

Thank you again a million times for this great highline beginner workshop.

🏔🌳——–🚶‍♀️——–🌳🏔

You are a very skilled instructor and coach. Your patience, thorough thorough information, guidance and instructions, your eye for details in safety, and your ability to cheer us up and not only push our limits but actually getting us to level up was amazing. 

Thank you. 

I can highly recommend you to any new highliner, but also those who want to improve their techniques and skills.

A really detailed feedback by former participants Andrea Chan and Ran Steiger

Super amazing things
– Sam, your really cool teaching style, easy going, humble, good balance between teaching and letting us be independent, helpful feedback during sessions on and off the lines
– Opportunity to ask any question and your wealth of knowledge!
– Making us feel physically safe even outside of comfort zones through explaining system and all redundancies
– Feeling like the workshop was adjusted to the level of the group ability
– Supply of equipment (we only needed harnesses and personal safety)
– Teaching on rescue and de-tensioning to re rig an anchor
– Teaching us problem solving and decision making skills when rigging rather than a set method, giving confidence to consider rigging our own safe high lines
– Encouraging good team communication and leadership
– Duration – 4 days was good for sessioning and theory teaching and taking into account weather
– Raf’s food and hospitality

Feedback for making the workshop even better:
Before coming:
– Learning to mantle/mount more useful for starting to highline than walking
– Some awareness of what using a harness, leash and leash ring would feel like, direction of falls (even maybe wearing a harness on a park line and feeling how to sit with the leg straps etc)
– Travel for international people: advise Swiss train and bus system is really easy to use, not to stress about getting to location

During:
– When advising to warm up tell them to warm up their necks (for the awkward leash falls and whiplash to come 😂)

 

Highline Workshop in Niouc, Switzerland with Samuel Volery

Have you always wanted to walk across a slackline at dizzying heights? And are you keen for an amazing adventure in beautiful surroundings with likeminded people? Then this is the right course for you. Under the guidance of Samuel Volery, one of the most experienced highline coaches in the world, you will do your first attempts on a highline. In this course you will learn how to rig a highline safely. This includes how to build anchor points on trees and on rocks. But also how to connect the 2 anchor points – we will even learn how to fly a drone-connection between the anchor points. 

Another focus is on the sport part. Learn how to slide out on the highline, how to sit and stand up and how to leash fall. Also we will have a look on some basic freestyle tricks like e.g. a chest roll or a sit bounce. These freestyle tricks are actually easier than walking on the highline and will help you to overcome your fears of height. We will actually rig 2 parallel highlines of 70m length so that you will get direct teaching by Sam, who sits on the other line and can show and explain you the moves on the go. 

 It is important that you can focus on your personal goals. You will have plenty of time to bring in your questions and work on the skills and moves that you want to achieve. 

Overall we will rig 3 highlines. 2 parallel lines of 70m length and a 30m line that will be anchored to a hanging bridge and will be quite exposed. 

Requirements

You should be able to walk at least a 15-20m long slackline on the ground. Ideally with about 2m sag. You should also be in more or less good shape (e.g. be able to do at least 2 pullups or climb 6a). 

We really recommend that you learn how to 

– Mantle Mount

– Sit Mount on a slackline with about 2m sag

Specially the mantle mount is an extremely important skill prior to the highline course as it will allow you to do many tries. If you do not have a clean mantle mount you will be exhausted after 1 or 2 leash falls. Having a strong and clean mantle mount will allow you to do many tries on the highline!

Upon the basics mentioned above, we also recommend you to learn

– How to start and stop a surf on a rodeo- or longline

– On a low rodeoline (with mats underneath) you could even give a few tries to mount and walk while wearing a harness to start understanding the leash management

Goals of the Highline-Workshop

  • Learn and improve your slackline basics like sit-mounts and walking skills
  • First Highline tries
  • Try some simple tricks which also helps overcoming your fears of height 
  • Learn to leash fall
  • Work on some Highline Freestyle Tricks of your choice
  • Learn to rig highlines (anchor point, connection, etc.) 
  • Highline safety
  • Climb a leash

Included in the course costs:

  • Participation on the workshop
  • All necessary highline material (except for your personal harness)
  • A place to sleep in a beautiful place (you have to bring your own camping equipment – this can be a tent or a van or a hammock)

Location and Dates

3 days in Niouc, in south-west Switzerland. 

  • Friday-Sunday 6. – 8. September 2024

Location & Setup

We will have two parallel highlines of around 70m length which makes it easy to teach directly from the line beside and show the according trick. 

The highlines are only 3 minutes walk from the „camp ground“. It is not an official camp ground but a pretty crazy place that offers bungy jumps, rope jumps but mainly tons of good mood. More information can be found on bungyniouc.com. Also we can rig 1-2 rodeolines on the camp ground – this often helps to do the tricks in slow-motion for the basic understanding. 

Sometimes some longer highlines of 160-200m are being rigged right next to the freestyle spot. 

On place there is running drinking water. However, bring your food along as there is no shop nearby. During the weekend days the bar of Bungy Niouc is open and you can order coffee, etc. if you want.

Things to bring along:

Take weather proof clothes and a harness with you. If you have, also bring along a personal safety sling with a carabiner and a HangOver (rolling device). Upon that, bring your camping equipment (van, tent or hammock). And as the place is a bit in the middle of nowhere it is wise to buy some food for lunch and snacks already on the way there. 

If you want, bring protective equipment like gloves, cup (for weird leashfalls), skinners (barefoot-shoes), bike-pants. However, all that is just if you want – there is absolutely no necessity to wear protective equipment.

Guide

Samuel Volery is one of the most experienced highliners world wide and has a huge experience in giving courses. He has managed to walk several highline world records and has invented countless highline tricks. He walks all his highlines always secured. 

Age: at least 18 years (above 16 with a signature of the parents)

Insurance: The participants are responsible for their own insurance

Number of participants: 4 – 8

Course costs

390.- CHF incl. accommodation 

If you pay in Euros, we take the exchange course on the day of your registration. 

Registration & Terms

You can register by sending us a message to [email protected] or press on the Subscribe-Button below. To definitely reserve your place, a pre-payment of 20% of the full amount is needed. This can be done via Bank Transfer or Paypal – please let us know what you prefer. The pre-payment will be paid back in case that we have to cancel the course or in case that you drop out because of a medical reason (proof needed). The other 80% can be paid after the course. 

Please write in your registration e-Mail for which of the courses you’d like to register. 

 

 

Advanced Highline Workshop with Samuel Volery

This Workshop is for people who have basic highline rigging skills and want to improve them. And for highliners who manage to stand up or walk a few meters and want to get more solid or try new Highline Freestyle tricks. 

Overall we will rig 3 highlines. 2 parallel lines of 70m length and a 30m line that will be anchored to a hanging bridge and will be quite exposed. On top of that we will also set up a 150-200m long highline across the valley. 

Requirements

You should have some basic highline rigging knowledge and already have gained some experience of being on a highline. 

Goals of the Highline-Workshop

In this course 
  • we repeat the basics of highline rigging
  • you get direct teaching by Sam who will be on a parallel highline, only 5m away from the highline you are on. Like this he can explain and show the tricks/skills you want to learn.
  • you get the chance of walking a super exposed highline (100m high!)
  • you learn to connect multiple webbings to a long highline. We will rig a highline of around 150m length.
  • you learn to rig highlines to artificial structures (in this case a bridge)
  • you get the chance to rig a highline from a vertical cliff where you have to abseil to the anchor point. 

Included in the course costs:

  • Participation on the workshop
  • All necessary highline material (except for your personal harness)
  • A place to sleep in a beautiful place (you have to bring your own camping equipment – this can be a tent or a van or a hammock)

Location and Dates

5 days in Niouc, in south-west Switzerland. 

  • Wednesday-Sunday 23. – 27. April 2025 (on Friday we take a day off to chill and recover or explore the surroundings)

Location & Setup

We will have two parallel highlines of around 70m length (not too exposed) which makes it easy to teach directly from the line beside and show the according trick. 

The highlines are only 3 minutes walk from the „camp ground“. It is not an official camp ground but a pretty crazy place that offers bungy jumps, rope jumps but mainly tons of good mood. More information can be found on bungyniouc.com. Also we can rig 1-2 rodeolines on the camp ground – this often helps to do the tricks in slow-motion for the basic understanding. 

We will also rig a longer highline of 160-200m next to the freestyle spot. Plus an exposed 30m highline from the bridge to a cliff. 

On place there is running drinking water. However, bring your food along as there is no shop nearby. During the weekend days the bar of Bungy Niouc is open and you can order coffee, etc. if you want.

Things to bring along:

Take weather proof clothes and a harness with you. If you have, also bring along a personal safety sling with a carabiner and a HangOver (rolling device). Upon that, bring your camping equipment (van, tent or hammock). And as the place is a bit in the middle of nowhere it is wise to buy some food for lunch and snacks already on the way there. 

If you want, bring protective equipment like gloves, cup (for weird leashfalls), skinners (barefoot-shoes), bike-pants. However, all that is just if you want – there is absolutely no necessity to wear protective equipment.

Guide

Samuel Volery is one of the most experienced highline teachers world wide. He has managed to walk several highline world records and has invented countless highline tricks. 

Age: at least 18 years (above 16 with a signature of the parents)

Insurance: The participants are responsible for their own insurance

Number of participants: 4 – 8

Course costs

490.- CHF incl. camping costs

If you pay in Euros, we take the exchange course on the day of your registration. 

Registration & Terms

You can register by sending us a message to [email protected] or press on the Subscribe-Button below. To definitely reserve your place, a pre-payment of 20% of the full amount is needed. This can be done via Bank Transfer or Paypal – please let us know what you prefer. The pre-payment will be paid back in case that we have to cancel the course or in case that you drop out because of a medical reason (proof needed). The other 80% can be paid after the course. 

Please write in your registration e-Mail for which of the courses you’d like to register. 

  

1-Day Highline Courses with Deb & Tim

Description

Imagine challenging your limits, becoming one with the sky as you balance body and mind amidst a breathtaking landscape. This is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the unique experience of this thrilling sport. In the following lines, we will guide you through a full-day course of physical and mental preparation, exploring highline techniques to confidently embark on this exciting adventure.

Phase 1: Mental and Physical Preparation:

Before venturing into the heights, it’s crucial to prepare both the mind and body. Our program begins with a warm up session specifically designed to strengthen key muscles and improve concentration, inspired by yoga fundamentals . Guided by expert instructors, you’ll learn breathing techniques to help you stay calm and focused, essential skills for Highlining. 

Phase 2: Practicing Basic Maneuvers on Slackline:

Once you feel centered and prepared, we’ll dive into the world of slackline. Between two sturdy trees at a low height, we’ll introduce you to the basic maneuvers of Highline. You’ll learn to balance, control your weight, and discover the fundamental movements. Our instructors will guide you step by step, ensuring you feel secure before taking the next step.

Phase 3: From Ground to Sky – The Thrill of Highline:

Once you’ve mastered the basic skills, it’s time to take the experience to the next level. With the beautiful landscape of Vierwaldstättersee, we invite you to slide on the Highline under the supervision and guidance of our experts. You’ll experience the sensation of freedom while the real effects of being suspended in a Highline arrives. It is time to taste authentic adrenaline using the skills we have previously learned.

Join us and be part of this adventure and don’t miss the opportunity to live a unique and exciting experience!

Program

10.00 Meet in the parking 

10.30 – 11.30 Phase 1 

11.30 – 13.00 Phase 2 

13.00 – 16.00 Phase 3 

The time of this program could be reduced depending on the number of participants. 

Dates and location 

  • 31 March, Sunday 
  • 7 April, Sunday 
  • 14 April, Sunday 

Let us know if you would love to come, but if Sunday is not possible for you.

The course is going to take place in Seelisberg, where you will find 3 perfect Highlines, with amazing views to the lake. 

Walking from the bus stop won’t take more than 20 minutes. Walking from the parking, will take 10 minutes. 

Skills and abilities 

This course is multi-level. We would love to welcome you whether it’s your first experience in Highlining, where we will provide you with all the knowledge and support you need, and we are also looking forward to welcoming experienced highliners who want to improve their skills walking or doing Freestyle. 

No specific preparation is required. The people that practice sport regularly (2-3 times a week) will probably have more fun at the event.

The Highline experience can be quite demanding at times. So if you currently lead an inactive lifestyle, consider taking this course in the future.

Weather Conditions

The course will take place only if we have favorable weather conditions for the activity. This means whether it’s a sunny day, cloudy, or even with light rain. If there’s a storm, the event will be canceled. In this case, we will look for another date for the course, and if it doesn’t fit into your schedule, we will refund your money.

Bring this with you 

  • Harness
  • Yoga mat
  • Comfortable and durable clothing (avoid leggings)

Since it will be a full-day event, we recommend bringing also some food and water. 

Relevant information

Age: over 18

Number of participants: 3-6

Insurance: The participants are responsible for their own insurance.

Course cost 

90 CHF per day, per person 

This price includes: 

  • Highline and Slackline gear 
  • Professional guides 

Registration and terms

You can register by sending us a message to [email protected]

 To definitely reserve your place, we invite you to make the payment via Bank Transfer or Paypal – please let us know what you prefer.

The payment will be paid back in case that we have to cancel the course or in case that you drop out because of a medical reason (proof needed).

Our Guides

🔹 Deb Casimiro

Born in Gran Canaria, Spain, Deb is a professional Highline Freestyle athlete. She’s internationally recognized for her skills in executing difficult tricks never before achieved by a woman. With extensive experience conducting workshops across the world, including India, Mexico, France, Italy, and of course, Spain, Deb brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise.

🔹 Tim Odermatt

Tim is from Switzerland, is also a professional Highline Freestyle athlete. Internationally known for his unique style, Tim has made history in the sport by creating countless unprecedented maneuvers. His approachable teaching style, he instills great confidence. Exactly what you need up there. 

You can get to know them better also in their Instagram account @debcasimiro and @timodermatt

Don’t miss the chance to learn from these extraordinary athletes!

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