The treetop walk provides step-free access to the treetops.
The North Vosges-Palatinate Forest Biosphere Reserve is characterized by its forests, sandstone cliffs and wetlands. This diverse natural landscape can be explored on hiking trails from the ground. However, only the Treetop Walk Alsace offers the opportunity to get so close to the treetops.
From 5 to 23 metres above the forest floor in untouched nature, new views of the Rhine plain, the Black Forest and the Northern Vosges open up before your eyes.
At a total distance of 1,050 metres, the walkway offers a very special nature experience.
The highlight is the 29-metre high observation tower with its tunnel slide.
In the truest sense of the word, the highlight of the treetop walk is the 29-metre high observation tower.
The walkway is designed to be accessible and, with a maximum gradient of 6%, also allows for wheelchair-users and families with pushchairs to enjoy a leisurely walk.
Once you have reached the viewing platform, at a height of 29 metres, you are rewarded with a unique view: as one of the highest points along the foothills of the Vosges, the tower offers 360-degree panoramic views over the Rhine plan, the Black Forest and the Northern Vosges.
The absolute highlight is the 75-metre tunnel slide actually inside the tower. Alternatively, our visitors can naturally go back down the tower on foot.
Gastronomic offers with a conservatory/winter garden and a sunny terrace
Our 75-metre tunnel slide, which is accessed from the highest platform, promises an exceptional experience for all ages.
The price is €2.00 per slide or ‘ride’.
|March||daily: 10:30 am - 4:00 pm|
|April||daily: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm|
|May to September||daily: 10:30 am - 7:00 pm|
|October||daily: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm|
|1st till 7th of November||daily: 10:30 am - 4:00 pm|
• Own sliding mat from 6 years of age
• Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by an adult
• The slide may be closed or close at short notice in rain, snow, high humidity or bad weather
• The slide is closed during the winter months
Along the 1,050-metre walkway, learning stations offer young and young-at-heart explorers useful insights into the local flora and fauna. The information panels were developed together with local partners. Whether wild cat, lynx or ‘super-ant’ – our visitors learn about the local animal and plant world in an exciting way!
There are balance beams and moving obstacles to overcome at the activity stations - and all this at lofty heights. The stations provide fun and excitement for family outings.