Imagine walking though a forest and getting literal bird’s-eye views, all without disrupting the environment. That’s the idea behind this treetop walkway, a proposed 1,969-ft.-long wooden ramp at the nature park Camp Adventure in Haslev, Denmark, which would be elevated on posts and steel supports.
Its centerpiece: a winding observation tower (below), topping out at roughly 150 ft. to give people a panoramic view of the forest canopy around them. Architecture studio EFFEKT designed the footpath for the park, which said its new attraction will open in 2018.
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This appears in the July 10, 2017 issue of TIME.
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