The first treetop observation tower in Poland with a unique wooden structure
The watchtower in Krynica-Zdrój is a unique place on the map of Poland. Hidden in the heart of Beskid Sądecki, among the beautiful forests of the Jaworzyna Krynicka Mountains, the 49.5-meter high tower with a unique wooden structure and the more than kilometer long nature and educational trail that leads to it not only offers beautiful views , but also relaxation and relaxation.
The unusual wooden structure of the tower, 49.5 meters high, is located on the top of the Słotwiny Arena ski station (896 m above sea level) among the forests of the Jaworzyna Krynicka Mountains. A specially constructed, slightly ascending wooden path leads to the tower, supported by 18 support towers and 87 posts. When designing the path, the multi-layer path system was used for the first time in Europe in two places.
Thanks to the use of unique wood made from acacia robinia, commonly known as acacia, engineers have created a solid structure that meets both safety standards and guarantees aesthetic qualities. The route's location in the treetops undoubtedly enhances the experience of admiring the beautiful scenery of the area.
The total length of the path is 1030 meters. Along the route, special educational installations allow visitors to learn more about the surrounding nature and the history of the region.