The treetop path is the centerpiece of the Panarbora Nature Experience Park. On a total run length of 1,635 meters, it leads up to the 40-meter high lookout tower. The circuit meanders through the various trees and vegetation zones, reaching heights of up to 23 meters. From the viewing platform you have an intoxicating view over the Bergisches Land. On the path, exhibitions playfully inform about various forest types, the life of a tree, the inhabitants of the forest and its economic use.
April to the end of October from 9.30 to 18 o'clock
November to March 10am to 4pm
Closed on Mondays and occasionally due to the weather
Adults 9,90 €, children & adolescents (4 - 17 years) 6,40 €
February 16, 2016
The area near Waldbröl offers a variety of offers and events as a nature experience park. In addition to the already opened treetop path, adventure playground and hedge maze, this year (2016) is still a sense of purpose and game tunnel to come. Also in the summer of 2016, the youth hostel will be opened. Then you can spend the night in one of the 10 rooms in the family house, in a global village in Asian, South American or African style or in a tree house.
The plans sound very adventurous and make you curious. This summer I will definitely explore the park with all its details!
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April 13, 2016
It is not just about the wonderful view of the Bergisches Land and the Westerwald or the wonderful youth hostel - this alone would be worth a visit, but also the successful overall concept, which underlies this facility and offers a high recreational value.
April 3, 2017
Really nice destination, especially for families with children.
Here are the entrance fees: panarbora.de/de/information-4/eintrittspreise
And those who only want to use the restaurant and the adventure playground, can buy a discounted entry in the form of a € 5 voucher at the reception and redeem them in the restaurant. Children between the ages of 0 and 12 years old have access to the adventure playground and restaurant free of charge.
July 29, 2018
A great destination for young and old. The tower and the bridge path are barrier-free and it is a barely noticeable slope to get to the top of the tower. On the bridge path are educational boards that introduce children playfully to the theme of nature. You can explore the themed houses for overnight stays on a leisurely loop trail and there are plenty of opportunities for children to play on the grounds.
To rest or have a picnic you can use the existing chill - places or visit the self - service restaurant in the entrance building.
Recommended at any time. In clear weather but you can enjoy the fantastic vision.
October 14, 2018
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