Canopy Walk

Get a bird's eye view of the primeval woodland on the Canopy Walk

Up here, everything is different. The sound of the birdsong is more powerful. Light and air are purer. The leaves are more delicate, the sky is closer. The Canopy Walk in Hainich National Park leads right through the crowns of mighty deciduous trees and above the treetops. Quietly, the wooden path reveals the mystery of the gigantic trees that are normally out of reach.

The Canopy Walk winds along a length of 530 m from the lower crown section up to the tops of the primeval woodland canopies.

Visitors can explore the Canopy Walk on their own or with a guided tour by a ranger or voluntary national park guide. There is a lot to learn about life in the treetops. All along the walk there are places to rest and also display panels giving information on the diversity of trees as well as bats, butterflies, woodpeckers and wild cats in the national park. Two areas where you can climb on ropes make the Canopy Walk even more of an adventure for children and adults alike. See the leaflet for more detail.

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30.09.2016 von Matthias Stolze

Für einen Ausflug zum Baumkronenpfad sollten Besucher am besten einen ganzen Tag einplanen. Im Eintrittspreis enthalten sind der Besuch des Nationalparkzentrums und der Wurzelhöhle. Zwei sehr spannende Ausstellungen. Außerdem lohnt es sich auf einem der schönen Rundwanderwege, die an der Thiemsburg starten, den Wald zu erkunden. Am Forsthaus Thiemsburg können sich Besucher kulinarisch stärken.

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