A New Observation Deck in Denmark Gives Visitors Stunning Treetop Views
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Denmark’s Camp Forest Adventure Park in Gisselfield Castle Forest just opened a new observation deck to the public.
Sitting at a hulking 135 feet tall, the tower has a striking, spiral-shaped appearance and is made up of weathered steel, locally sourced wooden slats and glass. According to Arup, this is to help the building “blend in” to its forest surroundings. It’s appearance also offers visitors a more one-with-nature feel as they make their way up the coiled, 710-foot pathway to the top deck.
The new tower, called the “Camp Adventures Forest Tower” since it’s located in the middle of Camp Forest Adventure Park, was recently opened to the public in late March after five years of construction. It’s about an hour drive south of Copenhagen, and the walk to the top itself takes about 15 minutes if you don’t stop for breaks.
Visitors who make the climb all the way to the top deck will be treated to a vista that stretches over the treetops of the Gisselfield Castle Forest.
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