Denmark’s Corkscrew Treetop Observatory! Amazing Sky-High Adventure Travel

Welcome To The Top Of The Forest!

Imagine standing on top of this – a real “birdseye” view! What a unique structure, built in the forest outside of Copenhagen, Denmark – it’s an adventure camp like no other!

This new tourist destination is outside of Copenhagen – one of the most amazing things I’ve seen – whether you just want to relax among the trees like this:

Or if you want to take the corkscrew walk to the top of the forest – imagine going for this walk – ending up high above the forest!

This is a unique adventure camp! Bravo to Camp Adventure for their amazing adventure in and above the forest!

As their website describes it:

“The tower consists of a 600m internal ramp (that’s almost 2,000 feet high). It takes you from the forest floor, through the treetops culminating with a 360° view of the hilly landscape, characteristic for the region. The ramp keeps a fixed gradient, while the geometry and spacing of the ramp fluctuates according to the changing curvature. All 7750 timber boards originate from local forests.”

Really terrific!

You can see more here:

It’s just one of the many things that makes Denmark a “must see” for adventure travelers:

Yes, the “Little Mermaid” resides in Copenhagen, as well as one of the most unique hippie colonies of all, Christiania –

Denmark is one of the friendliest places I’ve ever been – see more of that adventure here:

Just an hour away by plane is another of Europe’s amazing adventures:

Yes, Amsterdam still has a windmill or two, as well as a very relaxed attitude toward personal enjoyment – with a fascinating red light district:

You can see more of what makes Amsterdam unique here:

Let me know if you’d climb up the corkscrew observatory!

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5 replies

  1. I would be up that corkscrew tower like a rat up a drainpipe, John. I have yet to visit Denmark though, despite its proximity to the UK. I have been to Amsterdam, and really enjoyed it.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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