Taking a walk in the unaffected nature, discovering unique perspectives and all that in an easily accessible way - the treetop walks of Erlebnis Akademie make it possible.
The treetop walks are a perfect day trip destination all year long. As they are designed family-friendly,
there are no problems for wheelchair users and buggies.
Taking a walk in the unaffected nature in heights from 8 to 25 metres
and discovering unique perspectives - the Treetop Walk Bavarian Forest makes it possible.
With an overall length of 1,300 metres the accessible treetop walk
is one of the longest in the world.
The mighty treetops of natural beeches accompany your journey on the 1,250 metre long walkway.
In heights from 4 to 17 metres visitors are able to gain special insights into the fauna and flora
of the surrounding mixed beech forest and the alder marshes.
The 40 metre high observation tower in the centre of the path offers a far-reaching view over the landscape of Rügen.
On a clear day, even the church spires of Stralsund and the pylons of the Rügen Bridge
are visible in an overall height of 82 metres above sea level.
With a total length of 1,250 metres and a height up to 20 metres the walkway winds its way
through a magnificent sea of dense woods of the Black Forest.
The 40 metre high tower offers a unique view over the mountain tops of the northern Black Forest
and gives you – on a clear day – even the chance to see the Swiss Alps.
Come and visit the 1,250 metres long walkway with its spectacular observation tower above
the natural wonder Saarschleife.
Experience an unforgettable perspective of this unique landscape and the view
on the landmark of the Saarland, the Saarschleife.
At heights of up to 23 meters, the Treetop Walk Usedom takes you through the various floors of the forest and past entertaining learning stations that provide information about the native flora and fauna.
Explore the island from a bird's eye view and admire the endless expanse of the Baltic Sea, the three imperial resorts of Bansin, Heringsdorf and Ahlbeck as well as the unique forest landscape of Usedom from the 33-meter high square observation tower.
South of Dublin, in the 500-hectare Avondale Forest Park, Irelands first treetop walk leads up into the crowns of more than 100 tree species. Between the path and the viewing tower, the trail descends into the earth: a tunnel reveals the wildlife between the roots.
The barrier-free, 1,440-meter-long Treetop Walk Avondale invites both young and old explorers to take a stroll. The 38 metre high viewing tower provides a unique view over the Wicklow Mountains. Brave visitors whiz through the 90-metre tunnel slide in its center back to the ground.
The path is carefully embedded into the landscape around the Lipno water reservoir and this complements
the active park Lipno in a marvellous way.
The 675 metre long walkway ends on the platform of the impressive
observation tower in a height of 40 metres.
The walkway with a total length of over 1,500 metres leads through a colourful nature and is located
in the heart of the majestic forests of the national park Giant Mountains.
Below the 45 metre high wooden tower is a unique educational center, where you can
admire the root system of the trees.
Our 32 metre high observation tower, located in the Slovakian part of the High Tartras, provides a 360-degree view of the smallest
high mountain region in the world, the Slovakian lowlands south of the Tartras and the voivodeship Lesser Poland.
The whole pathway is visible from the tower platform as it meanders continuous on treetop level or above through
the mixed mountain forest. In-depth insights can be explored by stepping on the accessible net with
a space of 75 square metres amid the spire.
which is up to 21 metres high, presents a sensational panorama on the
Traunstein, the Traunsee
and the municipality of Gmunden with Schloss Ort.
arriving on top of the 39 metre high observation tower, you can regard
the alpine upland and the Salzkammergut.
The architecturally ambitious wooden structure southwest of Maribor includes an imposing 37-meter high
observation tower in a nine-cornered ground plan, from whose platform large parts
of Slovenia are visible all the way to the neighboring countries.
Already during the stroll over the up to 20 meters high pathway you get impressive views over large parts
of the densely wooded, Slovenian North to the Julian Alps.
Between beech, spruce and pine trees, the first treetop walk of Erlebnis Akademie AG in France rises gently in Alsace. With a length of 1,050 meters and a tower height of about 29 meters, the appealing wooden architecture blends in perfectly with nature.
As one of the highest points along the foothills of the Vosges, the impressive observation tower offers a unique 360° view over the Rhine plain, the Black Forest and the Northern Vosges.
Stroll amidst the treetops and explore the mysteries of Canada’s native plants and animal species: The Treetop Walk Laurentides, nestled in the heart of the Laurentian Forest, and the 40-meter-high panoramic tower, show the breathtaking beauty of Québec’s lakes and forests from a whole new perspective.
Over a length of 1,250 meters, visitors can learn a great deal about Canadian nature. Adventurers make their way across a net dizzying 40 metres off the ground – in complete safety.
• spectacular views – new and unique perspectives
• suitable for visitors of all ages
• accessible - suitable for wheelchairs and prams
• open year-round
• regular tours, group tours and theme tours
• learning stations and activity stations
• distinctive design concept
• maximum respect for the environment and natural surroundings
• child-friendly stations along the walkway
• various additional offerings, depending on the location:
e.g. souvenir shop, slide and much more
Experience the nature with your bus group from an exceptional perspective.
Whether as travel group, school class, association, organisation or enterprise – our treetop walks provide a varied and individual program for everybody.