The small Czech Republic village of Dolní Morava, about 125 miles from Prague near the Polish border, features what appears to be a giant rollercoaster on top of Králický Snežník mountain, but the 180-foot tall structure isn’t an amusement park ride.
The wood and steel structure, called the Dolni Morava Sky Walk, is reachable via a ski lift and features 2300 feet of walkway that winds its way to the top.
Once at the top, visitors are offered amazing views of the Morava river below, along with the rest of the surrounding Eagle mountains.
While reaching the top — where a teardrop-shaped black net spans the decking and allows for a view straight to the bottom — may take a bit of time, getting down is quite easy as the Sky Walk features a 330-foot steel slide.
There are also net tunnels for the kids to climb through.
You can see the 330-foot steel slide going through the middle.
The structure was conceived in 2012 and built by Fránek Architects in 2015. Construction began in April and the Sky Walk opened in December.
The view is amazing!
Check out a time-lapse video of the Sky Walk’s construction on the next page.