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.”
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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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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I’d climb that as well – what a great structure – and Copenhagen was filled with the nicest people – 60%+ are blonde and over 10% are redheads!
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