Extreme camping (in trees) – Waldseilgarten

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If you think walls and floors are just plain overrated, then maybe you should take a trip to Bavaria. Waldseilgarten is Germany’s answer to the traditional tree-house, with hanging tents suspended from large free-standing trees from a secured single point. Guests can only ascend or descend with rope assistance – and even have to ┬átake rope climbing training before. The more extreme campers can opt to be suspended over a cliff face measuring between 1,000 and 2,000 meters, too!

I definitely fancy getting up close and personal with nature, but I do turn a lot in my sleep…

Via Whatthecool.

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