This treetop walkway in Denmark might be the most gradual and peaceful way to get over your fear of heights. The walkway, called the Treetop Experience, was built by Effekt Architecture in a preserved forest an hour south of Copehnagen . Called Gisselfeld Klosters Skove, it gives visitors a true bird’s-eye view of the treetops. The spiraling walkway is connected to a 148-foot-high observation tower, and it’s split into two routes: the high route passes through the oldest part of the forest, while the low route and tower are in the younger areas. Nestled in the midst of trees, lakes, creeks, and wetlands, the observation tower is an impressive architectural feat. The curved frame is hollow in the middle, and like a funnel it gets more slender as it goes down. An enlarged base creates stability, allows for a wider viewing platform at the tower’s peak, and makes it easier for visitors to interact with the surrounding canopies. The tower opened last Saturday and was conceived by Camp Adventure , a treetop adventure park in the forest, offering hiking, treetop climbing, and other forest activities. According to its website , the treetop walk “creates a unique opportunity to take […]

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Grant Brown is a passionate environmentalist, driven by a need to “leave it better than he found it”. This drive, combined with a capacity to understand power solutions of all types, helps him in his day job as VP Marketing at a start up clean technology company. His goal personally as well as professionally, is to help and inspire others to become a part of the green shift and to leave a positive legacy in the world.

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