The experiential trail system built out of bridges and situated some 40 feet above ground, is anchored in the treetops of the Adirondack forest in Upstate New York, and aims to offer visitors a completely new perspective of nature -- from the point of view of animals.
The concept is designed around the idea that as you walk the trail, there are numerous opportunities to contemplate and encounter the world anew.
The Wild Walk experience includes a four-story twig tree house and swinging bridges, a spider's web where people can hang out and chances to sit and observe the forest below. There's also a full-sized bald eagle's nest at the highest point where guests can perch.
Member previews of Wild Walk begin June 27 through July 3. The walkway opens to the public on July 4.
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