The Baumwipfelpfad trail and hanging bridge is approx. 540 m long and is supported by steel masts. The view from on high extends over the forest, the Allgäu region, Lake Constance and the Alps. To reach the bridge, take the gently inclining trail with stairs and platforms or simply take the elevator. Along the way you can pass over a wobbly bridge. The tube slide is the preferred method to return for the courageous.
Those who prefer to have solid ground beneath their feet can hike along the adventure trail through the forest. There are various pieces of equipment, such as a swing bed, located along the trail edge. Hikers can also observe wild animals or test their aim by tossing fir-tree cones. Thanks to the relatively level terrain, the trail is pram and wheelchair friendly.
In contrast to the fortified adventure path, the forest trail is made of wood chips and shavings and therefore sturdy shoes and good coordination are prerequisites. Hikers here will be rewarded with countless impressions of the forest as well as exciting obstacles to master, for instance the forest-animal long jump, a nest of roots, and even a woodpecker seesaw.
The barefoot trail is a special experience for all the senses so take off your shoes and socks and hike over various natural materials. This is a great way to sense nature in every way.
This scenic area also houses an adventure playground, an obstacle course, a petting zoo, a BBQ area and a restaurant.