Home / Tag Archives: Best forest canopy walkway

Tag Archives: Best forest canopy walkway

Tahune Airwalk, Tasmania, Australia

After bush fires ravaged Tasmania in early 2019, the Tahune Airwalk was fortunately spared enough to be able to reopen at the end of the year. Guests observe this Unesco World Heritage area from almost 100ft (30m) above the forest floor and 165ft (50m) above the Huon River while traversing 2030ft (619m) of walkway (which …

Read More »

Monteverde Sky Walk, Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s cloud forests were the proving ground for the canopy walk concept, with the Monteverde Sky Walk leading the way in exploring the treetops in an entirely new way. Hanging bridges allow guests to experience the breadth of biodiversity at every level of the Costa Rican rainforest, reaching heights of up …

Read More »

Treetop Walk Bavarian Forest, Germany

A marvel of German design, this visually stunning canopy walk consists of over 4265ft (1300m) of walkway winding up from 26ft (8m) to over 82ft (25m). Guests meander through multiple tree species before reaching the massive, 144ft-tall (42m) observation tower called Baum-Ei, the centerpiece of the experience. Guests, including those using wheelchairs or pushing strollers, …

Read More »

Daintree Discovery Centre Aerial Walkway, Queensland, Australia

Given the sensitivity – and sometimes deadliness – of the oldest continually surviving rainforest in the world, there’s no better way to explore the Daintree in Queensland than from above. Some 26ft (11m) above the ground, guests with any level of mobility can look for cassowaries and tree-kangaroos knowing they’ve made the sustainable decision to …

Read More »

Arbor Day Farm Tree Adventure, Nebraska, USA

This canopy walk in the USA may not be as high up as some of the others, but it more than celebrates the beauty and necessity of trees, with bouncy bridges connecting 11 different treehouses. The pièce de résistance of this walk is a giant, suspended trampoline that is the first of its kind …

Read More »

Best forest canopy walkway: Nyungwe National Park Canopy Walkway, Rwanda

Almost 230ft (70m) above a lush ravine in Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park are 525ft (160m) of sturdy suspension bridges and metal platforms, the perfect vantage point from which to witness the 13 primate species – including chimpanzees – and endless number of birds, butterflies, and more calling this park home. The canopy walk appears after a hike …

Read More »