Before long you can look down on the trees in Gisselfeld Klosters Forests. A 45 metre high lookout tower is on the way as part of the skovoplevelsen Camp Adventure between Næstved and Sydmotorvejen.
the Tower will be the culmination of a 600-metre long new walkway that will wind through the trees - both on the forest floor and in height.
the Walkway will be a total of 900 meters long from the start at Camp Adventure-farm to the top of the tower. Illustration: Effect
the Tower will consist of a 300-meter-long spiral-shaped ramp, which sends guests to the top. The top will be located approximately 130 metres above sea level, you can read on campadventure.dk.
It is an architect Tue Bailiff and office-Power, which has designed the tower, which will have a shape like an hourglass. The increase in the tower's ramp will be constant, but the geometry and the distance is changed along with the tower's curvatures. The ramp ends with a great observation deck that provides an unobstructed 360-degree visibility in addition to the hilly southern Zealand.
the Tower will be 45 meters high. Illustration: Effect
There will also be space for a rest on the hike through the forest. Illustration: Effect
the Route through the forest will contain both a low and a higher part. The highest part in up to 25 meters, is located in the oldest part of the forest, while the low part, and the tower is located in the newer part.
the Walkway comes up in the 25 meters. Illustration: Effect
in Order to protect the forest, will the footbridge also on the low places to be raised above the forest floor.
- One is going to go through a variation of the pristine forest and discover the many different Danish woods. You get the whole package, says Tue Bailiff to Politiken.
On the low part of the trip will the footbridge will also be raised slightly above the forest floor. Illustration: Effect
On the route back to the tower, there will be hospitalized several activities, where guests can learn more about the forest.
According to the.dk, the whole attraction to be built by wood from the local forest. It opens in 2018. Illustration: Effect
Both walking and rullestolskørende guests can reach the top of the tower. Illustration: Effect
On a clear day, guests will be able to scout out most of the Zealand. Illustration: Effect
Camp Adventure is Denmark's largest klatrepark with 10 trætopbaner with a total length of over five kilometers. There are also plans for an activity area with climbing tower, besøgsgård and wildlife in the area.