🇩🇪 Beelitz-Heilstätten "Baumkronenpfad"
Dan went for a hike.
October 25, 2020
Sunday-autumn excursion:Today my wife and I visited the approximately 320m long treetop path on the site of the former women's lung sanatorium in Beelitz-Heilstätten, which was built in 2015.After we had mastered the stairs of the ascent tower, we walked on steel-wood footbridges about 20m high. From up here there was a beautiful view of the spacious area, the colorful autumnal landscape and the relics of the former buildings.It's worth seeing how nature reclaims its kingdom - whole groups of trees with large diameters are now growing on the roof structures!One tower offers a great viewing platform at a height of 36m.In the distance you can see the Fläming to the north of Berlin and to the south.I was here about 2 years ago. I also took part in a very interesting tour. Here you got all the information about the buildings. A quick look into one or the other house was also possible. Unfortunately, everything is now surrounded by construction fences.I would still recommend this tour, even if I see the current entrance fee of 12.50 euros per adult a bit too high.
We also had it on the plan after the new building.
The ticket purchase took about 40 minutes today, there were a lot of people on the way.But then it got lost on the site. You could stroll in peace on the treetop path.