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Treetop path Hainich
Germany
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: The treetop path Hainich is the second longest and highest treetop path in Germany. It was opened as the second treetop path in Germany on 26 August 2005 and is located on the district of Schönstedt near the forest house Thiemsburg in the same wooded area of the Hainich, about ten kilometers west of the spa town of Bad Langensalza in Thuringia. It leads from a height of 10 m to 24 m and is dedicated to the fauna in the National Park. The second 238 m long loop was opened on 14 May 2009 and applies to the jungle itself.
Copyright: Frank Ellmerich
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Taken: 17/10/2018
Uploadet: 17/10/2018
Opdateret: 23/10/2018
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Tags: forst; forest; eisenach; unstrut; kreis; thiemsburg; baumkronenpfad; treetop; path; schönstedt; autumn; high; colorful; beech; maple; buche; ahorn; hainich
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