Protecting the water environment:

Depending on the size of the venue, a Full Size Cable takes up to about 3 to 5 hectares. Pylons, which are the basis of the constructions are built in a way which does not interfere significantly with the landscape. The well-engineered drive of the cable park does not need much power, is very quiet and does not emit greenhouse gases.

Protecting the water body:

One of the most important features of the cable system is the fact, that it actually enhances the quality of the water in the lake/river on which it is built. This is due to the fact that every ride oxygenates the water. Thanks to this, the water body gets an extra 5 tons of oxygen every year.

(For safety reasons, actual swimming on the site is forbidden)


Before building a cable park in Wankumer Heidesse, located within the Schwalm-Nette reserve, there were 5000 people on average visiting the lake. This lead to ecological problems (pollution, uncontrolled parking, etc.), which eventually caused problems with the local authorities.

Building a water sports venue turned out to be the most effective way of controlling the territory and solving the problem.

As a result, building the “Blaue Lagune” Cable Wake Park turned out to be a great success, honored by a special reward from the German Minister of Environment.