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A European Forest's Winding Walkway Provides A Bird's-Eye View

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What does it take to deliver a bird's-eye view? Danish architecture studio EFFEKT's winding treetop walkway deep in the Gisselfeld Klosters Skove forest just south of Copenhagen, Denmark culminates in a sweeping, 360-degree panorama. The spiraling walkway, which is 600 meters (1,969 feet) long and 45 meters (148 feet) high, was designed for minimal environmental disturbance. Expected to open in 2018, the walkway will be the newest addition to Camp Adventure, which features rope courses, zip lines and treetop climbing experiences.

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IMAGES COURTESY OF EFFEKT

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