Poland's first observation tower with its unique wooden structure has a natural suspended path leading to it through the tree tops. It ,is located in Krynica-Zdrój, at the top of Słotwina Arena ski station (896 m a.s.l.) among the forests of Jaworzyna Krynicka range. It is an ideal location to spend time amongst nature, suitable for both children and the disabled.
The structure is made of acacia robinia, commonly called acacia.
The height of the observation tower is 49½ m. The total length of the path leading to the Tower is 1030 m, along which there are 15 educational installations, which present the natural and cultural richness of Krynica-Zdroj and its surroundings. The slope of the path leading to the Tower varies between 2-6%, making it accessible for both prams and wheelchairs.
At the entrance to the path there are specially prepared, closed dog playpens. PUKY bikes are available for children, which can be hired for the duration of the visit to the Viewing Tower.
The path and the Viewing Tower can be accessed both by a modern 6-seater chairlift and on foot, along a marked route (the hiking trail leading to the top is 400 m from the Hotel).