Located within an hours drive from Copenhagen, in Gisselfeld Klosters Skove, this new Danish walkway offers breathtaking views of the forest canopy. If you are brave enough to follow the 600-metre pathway, you will get to see the forest from a unique perspective. This includes a 360-degree view of creeks, wetlands and lakes that encompass the area.
Denmark is currently undergoing a rather large and exciting modification. Designed by local architecture studio EFFEKT, the treetop walkway is a way to protect and preserve the forest, while making it accessible to people at the same time. Visitors will make their way to the top of the pear-shaped structure via twirling paths and bridges. Once they make it some 148 feet above ground, they will be treated to panoramic views. This is surely going to be a treat for nature lovers and is currently being dubbed the ‘Treetop Experience’.
“The tower and treetop walk is as a seamless continuous ramp that makes the forest accessible to all – regardless of their physical condition,” EFFEKT explains. “The geometry and spacing of the ramp fluctuates according to the changing curvature. The ramp becomes a sculptural element in itself making the journey to the top a unique experience.”
The new Treetop Experience will be part of Camp Adventure, an existing adventure sports facility that include treetop climbing and aerial zip lines. EFFEKT has also landscaped terraced parks on the roofs of high-rise buildings and constructed residential developments that resemble an Alpine Valley.
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