Author and Photos by Talking Forests 

We walked through a mile or more of woods, trees, and wooden walkways in the Bavarian National Forest also known as Baumwipfelpfad den Bayerischen Wald. These Tree Towers are closed at the moment due to COVID19 restrictions at the moment, but when they open, they will be worth a visit!

On the EAK website, they say that “the Treetop Walk meanders through the beech trees, firs and spruces of the mixed mountain forest, past numerous learning and activity stations.” This is exactly what we experienced, we even experienced real red squirrels in our path this time! 

But wait, there is more…

The Fall landscape of the Bavarian National Forest did not disappoint Talking Forests, we dreamed about this landscape our entire lives. Some compared it to the stateside upstate New York landscape, do you agree?

What is the best part?

You can experience nature from above with anyone in your family. They have nearby café’s and restaurants and quaint hotels to meet your needs in the village of Neuschönau. The foothills of the Bavarian National Forest do not disappoint.

“Eight treetop trails including complementary facilities were built with a total investment of about 44 million euros in the Bavarian Forest National Park, in Lipno (joint venture), Rügen, in the Black Forest, on the Saarschleife, in the Czech Giant Mountains (Joint Venture), in Slovakia (Joint venture — Bachledka, High Tatras) and built in July 2018 in the Salzkammergut am Traunsee (AT).”-Erlebnis Akademie AG

Checkout our Medium publication “Discovering Treetop Walkways in Europe” where we have articles about wooden treetop towers in Saarschleife, Germany, Salzkammergut, Austria, Krkonoše, Czech Republic, Rügen, Germany, and Bavarian Forest National Park.

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