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Slides on the forest top walk in St. Englmar completed

The forest top walk in Maibrunn with its nature discovery trail, path of optical phenomena with sensory cave and the "House on the Head" is a popular excursion destination in the Bavarian Forest. From a height of up to 30 metres, visitors can enjoy the wide view of the surrounding area and of course observe the tops of the forest with their interesting fauna from above.

Now the 370 m long barrier-free facility has been extended by a further highlight: An approx. 23.5 m high tower with seven floors and three intermediate platforms has been installed on the path and now allows a view of even further afield from a height of over 50 m - provided you are free from assuming a head for heights.

If you want to avoid the approx. 525 m long path from the very top back to the actual path, you can either try the various climbing devices inside the tower or the two slides made by us. Those who do not want to take the approx. 525 m long path from the very top back to the actual path can either test the various climbing devices inside the tower or the two slides from our company.

A 47 m long spiral slide, which is designed as a full tube with portholes, winds down from the fifth floor inside the tower. The second slide is a 53 m long curved slide with polycarbonate cover.

A traffic light on each slide ensures a save start, slide mats make sure a save tour through the slides and the slide exits of 4.7 m and 9.9 m length ensure a safe arrival on the forest top walk.

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