Previously stood there in the article that the tower opened on Sunday 24. march. This has now been fixed to the correct date, which is Sunday 31. march.
When Gisselfeld Monastery next Sunday at 10 o'clock the doors up for the season 2019 it will be with a sky-high news on the wallpaper.
In the course of 2018 has a 45 metre high viewing tower, namely, raised in connection with the klatreparken Camp Adventure in the forests at Haslev in south Zealand.
There awaits a magnificent view 135 meters above the sea level. Photo: Power Architects
the Tower were originally supposed to have been inaugurated in the fall/winter of 2018, but the project was delayed several times. In this connection, said Kasper Larsen, business developer at Camp Adventure, an Extra Magazine:
- It is a construction that has never been built before, so when we started, it was a little hard for us to say exactly when it could be completed, but we have to realise that maybe we had just a little too optimistic, as it does not become clear in november.
the observation Tower at Gisselfeld Kloster
Height: 45 meters - top plateau will be 135 metres above sea level
Rampelængde: 700 meters as well as a platform of 100 meters
Materials: corten steel and oak wood from the Bregentved estate and Gisselfeld Kloster
the Roundhouse: 12
Increase in percentage: 7,5
Weight: about 600 ton, as well as the foundation, which weighs about the same
Architect: Power Architect
Contractor: Levi Jensen
the construction manager: Arkhus
the Tower will be the culmination of a 600-metre long new walkway that will wind through the forest and the trees - both on the forest floor and in height. Photo: Power Architects
the Tower will consist of a 300-meter-long spiral-shaped ramp, which sends guests to the top. The top will be located approximately 135 metres above sea level and are Zealand's highest lookout point.
foreign media have shown interest for the spectacular construction. That - and the building itself - you can read more about here.