Tree Tower

In the words best meaning the Tree Tower with its 44m of height is the highlight of the tree top walk. Unique, not only because of its architectonical form, but also due to how the tower is built around and above 3 giant and old 38m fir trees. More than 500m long, a ramp is winding its way up, providing wonderful looks into life and development of those 3 giants. From the tree trunk to its crown you will find a huge variety of life. Mosses, insects, small animals and birds can be watched from a completely different point of view. Even here the walk is built for wheelchairs and childrens buggys, rising nowhere more than 6% and providing a smooth ascent.

Arriving upon the tower´s 44m high platform you are welcomed by an incomparable view. Over the mountains of Lusen and Rachel a sea of trees of the Bavarian and the bohemian forest unfolds itself over hundreds of kilometers. On a clear and sunny day even the northern alps lie in front of the visitors view.

Wheelchairs can access the tower to the second platform. Still 40m high. Here you may also park the childrens` buggys, before accessing the upper platform over the final stairs.

Prices

Adults € 8,-
Adults groups from 15 persons per person
€ 7,-
Children from 6 to 17 years € 6,-
Children´s groups from 15 persons per person
(Children up to 12 years only if accompanied by adults)
€ 5,50
Handicapped people, Students, Pensioners € 6,50
Family ticket
(2 adults and own children from 6 to 17 years)
€ 19,-

Annual tickets

Adults € 79,-
Children from 6 to 17 years € 49,-
Handicapped persons, students, pensioners with pensioner´s pass € 69,-
Family ticket
(2 adults and own children from 6 to 17 years)

Groups

For groups from 15 persons we will organize full-time programs of 1, 2 or 3 days length. For example you can combine a visit to the tree top walk with a guided tour through the animal enclosure, or with a typical meal in one of the pubs in the neigbourhood. Just ask us. We find the perfect offer for you.


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