Bike path in Belgium allows you to ride through the forest at a height of 10 meters above the groundPictolic
The Belgian tourist organization Visit Limburg has been developing unusual cycling routes for several years. In 2016, she opened the "Cycling through Water" bike trail, which allows you to ride almost 200 meters across the pond. The project "Cycling through the Trees", which will be discussed below, appeared last year and recently attracted a lot of attention from nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world.
"Cycling through the Trees" is a bike trail designed by landscape architects from BuroLandschap and De Gregorio & Partners. This unique route is a circular bike path that rises 10 meters above the ground.
The organisation's third project, Cycling through the Heathland, is due to open in Hoge Kempen National Park in early 2021.