See the Forest from a New Perspective at Camp Adventure Park

The Camp Adventure Park was all started with one question: “How can we protect a preserved forest, but also make it more accessible to the public?”

A unique experience in the forest canopy was the results. Camp Adventure Park is a brand new and exciting exploration destination. The nine-hundred-meter treetop walk set upon a forty-five-meter tall observation tower allows for a truly one-of-a-kind opportunity for visitors and locals alike. The walk allows camp-goers to see the forest like they never have before and experience the stunning nature from a beautifully designed, continuous ramp that makes the entire landscape accessible like never before.

Camp Adventure Park is set in the preserved forest, Gisselfeld Klosters Skove, about an hour away from Copenhagen, Denmark. The path through the trees allows visitors to travel seamlessly through the tree line, experiencing all, while not disturbing the natural order of things. The path is split into two sections, a higher and lower walk. The higher path allowing explorers to see the oldest parts of the forest, while the lower trail through the trees gives a good glimpse into the newest growths and developments in the serene park.

If you’re not too much of a sight-seer that’s okay too, the treetop walk is just a single piece of a much larger Camp Adventure that is an existing sports facility including plenty of climbing trails and aerial zip lines.

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