Experience the island from a different perspective on the Treetop Walk Usedom

In the immediate vicinity of the Baltic seaside resort of Heringsdorf, the fully-accessible treetop walk winds its way through beech and pine trees. Get to know the island of Usedom from a completely different perspective and enjoy unique views and experiences.

This project receives funding of around 1.9 million euros from the European Union.

Treetop Walk in autumn
Treetop Walk in autumn
Treetop Walk Usedom - winter

Discover and experience the treetop walk

At treetop height, the Treetop Walk Usedom leads through the Heringsdorf forest over a total distance of 1,350 metres. At a height of up to 23 metres, you walk through the beech and pine trees so typical of the island – past numerous learning and activity stations.

The walkway and observation tower are accessible and family-friendly. The maximum gradient is 6%. The ascent is possible without any problems for those with wheelchairs or pushchairs, too.

Please note that dogs* and other animals are not allowed on the treetop walk.  
Shady dog kennels with fresh drinking water are available free of charge. 

*Exception: Disabled companion and assistance dogs.

Verbote auf dem Baumwipfelpfad
Verbote auf dem Baumwipfelpfad
Verbote auf dem Baumwipfelpfad

Visitor information

Plan your trip to the Usedom Treetop Walk – with the most important information for our visitors, no questions are left unanswered. 

Tree top walk Usedom - sunset
Tree top walk Usedom - sunset
Sonnenuntergang am Aussichtsturm des Baumwipfelpfad Usedom.

Opening Hours

January to
March 


09:30 am – 04:00 pm
daily


last entry: 03:00 pm

April


09:30 am – 06:00 pm
daily


last entry: 05:00 pm

May to September  


09:30 am – 07:00 pm
daily


last entry: 06:00 pm

October


09:30 am – 06:00 pm
daily


last entry: 05:00 pm

November to December


09:30 am – 04:00 pm
daily*


last entry: 03:00 pm

*05/12 - 16/12/2022 and 24/12/2022 the Treetop Walk Usedom is closed.



Guided tours of the treetop walk

We will soon also be offering guided tours of the Treetop Walk Usedom. With trained nature guides, you will walk along the walkway and learn interesting facts about the Heringsdorf forest, the island of Usedom and, of course, the treetop walk itself. 

Guided tours of the treetop walk
Guided tours of the treetop walk

Group tours

Good reasons for a group trip to our treetop walk:

• A nature experience for everyone

• Reduced price for groups

• Cafés and restaurants nearby

• Accessible

• All-year round excursion destination

Holiday region

Usedom is one of the most popular holiday and excursion destinations on the Baltic Sea coast. 42km of sandy beaches and over 1,900 hours of sunshine per year attracts the young, and not so young, to the island. Moreover, the forested and lake-rich hinterland also offers a varied leisure experience.

Usedom is one of the most popular holiday and excursion destinations on the Baltic Sea coast.
Usedom is one of the most popular holiday and excursion destinations on the Baltic Sea coast.

Arrival

The Treetop Walk Usedom is situated in the Baltic seaside resort of Heringsdorf. It is located on the L266 directly at the edge of the forest behind Heringsdorf railway station.

You can find more information about how to get there by public transport, car or coach, and about the parking options below.

Treetop Walk Usedom: Arrival and parking
Treetop Walk Usedom: Arrival and parking
Treetop Walk Usedom: Arrival and parking

Order a gift voucher easily online

Are you looking for the perfect gift, or would you like to surprise your loved ones with a unique experience?  

Treat your friends and relatives with a nature experience at the Treetop Walk Usedom. 

Frequently-asked questions 

• Can I take my dog?

• Is the treetop walk wheelchair-accessible?

• Is the treetop walk open in bad weather?

Answers to the most frequently-asked questions from our visitors »

Tree top walk Usedom - low barrier path
Tree top walk Usedom - low barrier path
The entire Treetop Walk Usedom is designed to be barrier-free. Visit the treetop walk with a wheelchair or pram.

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