The innovative tree walkway is 2,000 ft. (600 meters) in length and will take nature enthusiasts 150 feet (or 45 meters) above the ground. Designed by EFFEKT, the walkway will offer a 360° view of the hilly landscape, which includes forests, lakes, creeks, and wetlands.
EFFEKT’s goal is to “improve accessibility to the forest” while reducing landscape disturbance, according to Inhabitat. As a result, the walkway is being built in the preserved forest Gisselfeld Klosters Skove.
Upon arriving, visitors will transcend from the forest floor through the treetops. At the top of the structure, there is a 360° view of the surrounding area. There are two structures that make up the route towards the tower. The higher walkway extends past some of the forest’s older trees. The lower path swirls around the younger areas, giving viewers a closer view of the blooming flora.
Following are pictures of the one-of-a-kind project:
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