The Ziegelwies treetop walk is located south of Füssen. The approx. 480-metre-long path runs at a height of 21 metres and is mostly barrier-free. It leads along the Lech, crosses the border to Austria and gives you an insight into the varied nature of the alluvial forest, mountain forest and the Lech. From the four viewing platforms you also have a great view over the wild river landscape of the Lech to the mountains. The treetop path is open from April to November.
The treetop path is part of the Ziegelwies Forest Experience Centre, which can be visited free of charge. Here you will find interesting exhibitions about the mountain forest, forest work and bees. In addition, the centre is the starting point for various adventure trails such as the Auwald Trail, the Mountain Forest Trail and the Valley of the Senses.
How to get there
Take the A7 to the Füssen exit and then drive along Kemptener Straße and the B16 through Füssen. After the bridge over the Lech, turn right onto the B17 and drive to the Ziegelwies forest adventure centre just before the border. You can park here free of charge.
There is also a car park at the entrance on the Austrian side.