Visitor and revenue forecast Zipline and Flyline Schömberg
Two brothers, Michael and Jürgen Wernecke, are building a new visitor attraction in the popular spa town of Schömberg in the northern Black Forest. From the highest observation tower in Germany, which was built entirely of wood at a cost of 3.2 million euros, guests will be able to "fly" down to Schömberg either via a zipline with two parallel lines or via a flyline with numerous turns over and through the trees. Montenius Consult supports the two entrepreneurs and the financing of the project with a visitor and revenue forecast. The opening of the new aerial attractions is still scheduled for 2021.