It’s been in development for eight years. At 10 am on July 4th it will officially open. The public will be able to walk, or wheel, over the quarter mile trip up and back over the Adirondack Natural History Museum Wild Walk’s series of bridges and platforms.
Wild Walk’s trail across the treetops experience includes a four-story twig tree house and swinging bridges, a human-sized spider’s web hovering 24-feet off the ground, and a spiral walk inside a ‘dead’ tree’s thriving core. There is an over-sized bald eagle’s nest at the highest point where visitors can imagine life as one of the raptors that have made such an astounding comeback in the Adirondacks. » Continue Reading.