Wild Walk

Yes, you can take this walk on the wild side.

Walk up a trail of bridges to the treetops of the Adirondack forest. Visit a four-story twig tree house, swing on bridges, clamber over a spider’s web or climb to the full-sized bald eagle’s nest at the highest point.
Watch an overview of the Wild Walk experience (0:36)

Wild Walk

Aerial view of the Wild Walk elevated walkway

The Thirty Foot Surprise

When the High Line opened in New York in 2009, it surprised people. It turned out that a simple change of perspective opened up a brand new way to see New York.

A Trail Across The Treetops

Visitors walk up a trail of bridges to the treetops of the Adirondack forest. Designed to transform the way we see into the natural world by offering up the perspective of the rest of nature.
View from below of suspended bridge portion of Wild Walk
Close up of falcon

You, Look Like An Animal

For most of us a walk in the woods is a peaceful reverie. Wild Walk certainly has chances to contemplate the infinite web of life that spins around us, but it also has chances to clamber across an unstable surface too.

Rise Up

At Wild Walk, you can ascend, foot by foot, leaving the view we see most often, and wander into planes you may not have seen since you scraped your younger legs up a tree trunk.
View from forest floor of trees
Couple entering the Wild Walk's Snag

The Snag

Wild Walk’s snag is a giant among the giants, big enough for a stairwell inside, and four stories tall.

A Nest With A View

Look up into a white pine, and with a little luck you’ll see the nests of bald eagles near Wild Walk. This is your chance to climb into one of those nests.
Two young women taking selfie in Wild Walk nest
Family posing for photo in center of the Wild Walk spider web

Suspend Yourself

Hop into an oversized spider web—large enough to catch humans.

Accessible To All

Wild Walk is accessible to people of all generations and abilities. There are side paths and options to take, suspension bridges, and stairs down, but the entire main structure, from the trail leading to Feeder Alley all the way to the viewing pod on the final tower platform was built specifically so that it would afford everyone the chance to experience the Walk.
Man in wheelchair pointing out view to accompanying child
Man and woman walking with a baby in a stroller
Man in wheelchair pointing out view to accompanying child