Every year thousands of visitors experience the peaks of the Kalter Tal on the Baumwipfelpfad (treetop path) Harz during the changing of the seasons.
The barrier-free 1,000-metre-long path leads through the treetops at an altitude of over 20 metres, dotted with 50 adventure stations, and enables visitors to experience the world at a distance.
The path boasts 50 adventure stations. First, at the crown, which is around 300m long, the Big Bang is explained. 15 stations show the origin of the universe, the earth and life on earth. On the path itself, the nature and culture of the Harz Mountains is the central theme: some 30 different tree and shrub species, some of which can be touched, the pannier woman Wally talks about her life and, in the covered geology station, the composition of the Harz is explained by means of rock samples.
A glass footbridge on the 26m high viewing platform has long since become a photo hotspot, closely followed by the adventure bridge, which challenges and encourages dexterity.