For over 20 years, we have been creating unique nature experiences for our visitors. With our Treetop Walks, we are proud to be one of the leading operators in the nature-based leisure sector. As an additional offer, we added forest playgrounds on offer at some of our locations, our “adventure forests”. Other highlights, such as restaurants and merchandise shops, complete our range. Every year, we create smiles to the faces of millions of visitors, young and grown-up.
Sustainability is more than just a buzzword for us. Ever since our founding, we have strived to align our actions accordingly and to keep improving in the process. In 2015, we founded the non-profit DoNature gGmbH, which combines experiencing nature and education. Furthermore, DoNature plans and implements guided tours for every target group on our treetop walks among other things. In the respective destinations, we are important employers and also reliable partners for regional stakeholders.
We are currently active in Europe and North America. Our growth strategy with a well-defined project pipeline allows our concept – economic success in harmony with people and nature – to travel around the world.
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Treetop Walk in the Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen
Get up close and personal with the majestic treetops of old beech trees.
This is possible on the low-barrier Treetop Walk of the Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen.
Enjoy unique insights into the flora and fauna of the surrounding mixed beech forest and the alder swamps on the DBU Natural Heritage Site Prora.
Treetop Walk Usedom
Take a walk between beech trees high above the dunes, enjoy the fresh forest air, let yourself be warmed by the sun and discover the island of Usedom and the sea from a new perspective – this is what the Treetop Walk Usedom in the Baltic seaside resort of Heringsdorf has to offer. Hike along the low-barrier trail up to the 33-metre-high lookout tower.
Treetop Walk Saarschleife
Discover Saarland’s famous landmark from 42 metres above the ground. The fully accessible Treetop Walk Saarschleife presents the wonders of nature in the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park in amazing heights. On the 1250-metre trail through the native deciduous forest, there are interesting facts to explore about the world of nature and animals.
Treetop Walk Black Forest
Entering the Treetop Walk, visitors will soon leave their familiar paths behind and experience new, unfamiliar perspectives. In the centre of the Naturpark Schwarzwald Mitte/Nord’s unique nature, the Treetop Walk on Bad Wildbad’s Sommerberg offers breathtaking views of the impressive mixed mountain forest.
Treetop Walk Bavarian Forest
Together with other protected areas in the three-border region, the Bavarian Forest National Park and its Czech counterpart, the Šumava National Park form the largest contiguous forest landscape in Central Europe – or also known as the green roof of our continent. And right in the middle of it all: The Treetop Walk Bavarian Forest, which opens up a unique view of this natural treasure and its inhabitants.
Chemin des Cimes Alsace
The Northern Vosges Nature Park is home to a mystical forest, hills, peat bogs and shy inhabitants such as deer, lynxes and tits: Therefore, it is not surprising that the Vosges du Nord Nature Park is a natural heritage rich in species. And all this in a region that was fought over heavily for a long time – majestic ruins of castles and military installations are silent witnesses. Today, Alsace is a cultural and ecological treasure. In the middle of it all: The Treetop Walk Alsace, which brings its treasures to be experienced on new paths.
Treetop Walk Salzkammergut
Discover the Grünberg in Gmunden, Upper Austria, its forests and the surrounding landscape on the Treetop Walk – with a breathtaking view of the Alps as well as the picture-perfect town of Gmunden, which are both reflected in Lake Traunsee. Inhale the fresh air, switch off from the hustle and bustle of daily life, recharge your batteries and let yourself be truly inspired.
Stezka korunami stromů Krkonoše
The Treetop Walk is located in the centre of the giant forests of the Krkonoše National Park. The trail shows what makes nature unique in the Czech Republic’s highest mountain area. Together with us you’ll explore the wonderful forests here from literally the roots to its crowns. You will become part of forest life and get to know animals and plants that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.
Stezka korunami stromů Lipno
The Treetop Walk Lipno is sensitively integrated into the landscape around the Lipno reservoir and enriches the Lipno Active Park with a unique outdoor experience. The 675-metre-long trail ends on the platform of the impressive observation tower in a height of 40 metres. In addition to didactic learning stations, eleven activity stations for climbing and balancing along the trail and the giant slide in the lookout tower guarantee a large amount of entertainment.
Pot med krošnjami Pohorje
The Treetop Walk Pohorje passes through the forests in Rogla, Slovenia’s natural treasure in terms of nature and outdoor experiences. This architecturally challenging wooden construction southwest of Maribor leads you gently upwards over the treetops. The highlight is its 37-metre high lookout tower with a nine-cornered floor plan, from whose platform large parts of Slovenia can be seen as far as into neighbouring countries. Already during the walk along the trail, which is up to 20 metres high, you get impressive panoramas over large parts of the heavily forested north of Slovenia all the way to the Julian Alps.
Chodník korunami stromov Bachledka
In the Slovakian part of the High Tatras, you will find a 32-metre-high observation tower that offers a 360-degree view of the world’s smallest alpine type mountains, the Slovakian lowlands located south of the Tatras, and the Malopolska Voivodeship. The complete route of the trail is clearly visible from the tower platform, as it continues to find its way at treetop level or above through the mountain mixed forest. The 75m² walkable net in the middle of the tower’s top platform makes the height reachable and causes hearts to beat faster!
Beyond the Trees Avondale
South of Dublin, the 500-hectare Avondale Forest Park is the home of Ireland’s first Treetop Walk, which guides visitors up into the crowns of more than 100 tree species. Between trail and lookout tower, the path descends into the ground: a tunnel shows the habitats between the roots.
The fully accessible, 1,440-metre-long Treetop Walk Avondale invites explorers young and old to take a walk. The 38-metre high observation tower offers a unique view over the Wicklow Mountains. A huge highlight for brave visitors is the 90-metre-long tunnel slide in the middle of the trail.
Sentier des Cimes Laurentides
Take a walk among the treetops and discover the secrets of Canada’s flora and fauna. The Treetop Walk located in the centre of the Laurentian Mountains and its 40-metre-high lookout tower will show the breathtaking beauty of the forest and lakeland scenery in Québec from a whole new perspective. A lot of interesting facts about Canadian nature await visitors on a length of 1,250 metres. Adventurers can balance over a net at a height of 40 metres in the middle of the tower’s top platform.
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