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This walk is across a bridge overlooking the area and is 35 metres high at points. It is a fairly short walk with stunning views. There are also a lot of activities for children, including information about animals, a cave, optical illusions, etc. It’s an...More
Pity for the cold weather when we were visiting, but still it was a very enjoyable and informative visit.
The walk in the trees is a very unusual experience, and is enriched with displays of animals and trees for the kids to learn.
Family visit. The-tree top walk is great and offers stunning views along the way. Apart from the walk their is plenty to keep the kids amused - interactive activities, animals etc.- very educational. Great location and well laid out. TIP - get there early and...More
Trip with my family. Nicely done, walk along the tree tips with explanation about type and tree height, a nice view into the valley , at the bottom you can have few explanations about the forest life and optical phenomeas.
At the end of the...More
We visited this place already three times. Last time on friday afternoon. There are christmas markts during advent, however only during weekends and the lights in the wood and on the bridges are really nice. Everything is family friendly, we were there with our 7months...More
The Waldwipfelweg offers a wide range of activities from the - not too long - path over the trees, the experience/ educational section and the upside down house. We all enjoyed it and had plenty to do. Entry fee is reasonable and the restaurant offers...More
If you should happen to be in the vicinity of Sankt Englmar in December do spend a late afternoon-evening at the Waldwipfelweg. Ideally it shoud be a clear, not too hazy late afternoon to walk the path to enjoy the vast view. After it gets...More
OMG, it really has been a while since I felt completely ripped off. We had to pay 7,50 per adult and 5,00 per child to walk over a bridge of a few hundred meters, max 25-30 meters above the ground, and return on a path...More