This incredible path in the forest lets you walk among the tree tops


The Danes have long been heralded for their sensational sense of design. Visitors from around the world have come to experience Denmark’s unique brand of interior decor and architecture.

Now, this stylish country has one more beautiful attraction to bring in visitors and give them a new perspective. Naturally, this attraction features superb design at its core and offers a fresh perspective on the gorgeous countryside. Camp Adventure Forest Tower recently opened to the public an hour south of the capital city of Copenhagen, allowing visitors a panoramic view of nearby forestland that includes lakes, creeks, and wetlands.


The architectural firm that dreamed up the graceful spiraling design is called EFFEKT. The company shared a photo of the tower on their Instagram account:

Bird’s Eye Boardwalk

The tower lies within a preserved forest called Gisselfeld Klosters Stove and is part of a brand new treetop walkway. Starting with a boardwalk following a creek, the winding path culminates in a bird’s eye view. All along the way, it offers many unique angles and perspectives. If you love being outdoors in nature, this is the spot for you.


The observation tower tops out at 148 feet tall. To reach the highest point, visitors wander along the nearly 3,000-foot-long elevated boardwalk and up into a spiral. The new edifice manages to make the forest accessible to the public while continuing to preserve a precious resource.

Once again, the architectural firm shared some early photos of the observation deck, as seen below:

And another one of the tower sitting high above the trees:

You’ll feel like you’re walking in the clouds above the treetops with a stunning view of the surrounding forest. Visitors can choose from two routes that culminate at the tower when they come to Gisselfeld Klosters Stove.

The higher route wanders through the oldest portion of the forest and features a series of activities to learn more about the area. The low route, which is connected to the tower, ventures into the younger forested areas.


The walkway adds to the existing activities already at Camp Adventure Park, an adventure sports facility with treetop climbing and aerial zip lines. However, what makes this destination extra special is the thoughtful design.

It is a continuous ramp, which means this path and its views are accessible to everyone — no matter what their physical condition or limitations may be.


With such gorgeous natural views and such well-positioned pathways to see them, it’s no wonder Denmark is considered one of the most peaceful countries in the world.

Click through this Instagram post to see more photos of the stunning atmosphere below:

Wondering what the view looks like looking up? This image captures the unique viewpoint:

“Looking up! Quite symbolically the three trees inside the Forest Tower leafed out on Saturday, the very day of the opening,” the caption reads.

Just looking at these pictures makes us feel more relaxed.

How about you? Will you plan a visit to this amazing new attraction?

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