About the Sky Walk

Have you ever been walking among the clouds? In Dolní Morava you now have a unique opportunity to make your dream come.

The Sky Walk in Figures

  • Altitude – 1 116 m above the sea level
  • The height of the Sky Walk – 55 metres
  • The length of the wooden bridge – 710 metres
  • The length of the spiral slide – 100 metres

The true adrenalin

Those who love adventure and fun can enjoy a couple of adrenaline attractions that form a part of the Sky Walk, such as the hanging net, the “drop”, the spiral slide or the sleeve.

  • The sleeve is a thick net sleeve through which you can climb from one floor of the Sky Walk into another.
  • The drop is an attraction located at the very top of the Sky Walk and it is a net 50 m above the ground, on which you can stand and look down.
  • Braver visitors can go down through the wonderful 100-metre-long spiral slide with windows and several banked curves.

From the very top of the Sky Walk, you can enjoy breathtaking views over the whole massif of Králický Sněžník with the picturesque valley of the Morava river. In the distance, you can see the main mountain ridge of Jeseníky, the Suchý vrch and the Krkonoše mountains (the Giant Mountains).

Educational Trail

  • The Sky Walk does not provide only breathtaking vistas, but also interesting information and entertainment.
  • The Educational Trail will inform you about 12 different topics.
  • Come and read for yourself as you walk through the Sky Walk.

Resting points in the surroundings

You can find several resting points in the surrounding of the Sky Walk and enjoy a luxurious view of the mountains:

  • wooden deck chairs next to the Sky Walk with the view of the valley
  • wooden tables and benches
  • the Slaměnka chalet with a restaurant and an inner panoramic terrace
  • a playground at the Slaměnka chalet with climbing frames and a slack-line

Interesting facts about the Sky Walk

  • In total, to build the structure, 380 tons of steel, 300 m2 of glue laminated larch timber and 250 m2 of planed square timber were used. The larch comes from the Austrian Alps and it grows in the altitude of 1000 m above the sea level.
  • The tower is anchored by anchoring plates and micropiles, which go down as deep as 6.5 m into the rock massif.
  • The tower is resistant to a gale with a wind speed of up to 200 km/h.
  • If the wind conditions are favourable, the tower can host as many as 4,000 people, provided they are spread evenly.
  • On the top, the wooden path is suspended on steel rods measuring 600 m in total.


  • The structure has been designed by Zdeněk Fránek, an architect who, since 2012, has been the dean of the Faculty of Arts and Architecture at the Technical University in Liberec. 

To quote Mr. Fránek:

“What makes the structure unique given its dimensions is the extent to which it is made of wood. It is also unique in that it creates a new type of experience that lets people realise how small we are in the bosom of nature. I know of no other wooden structure with steel elements of similar dimensions and similar function. There are structures of similar size, but ours has an abstract form and is reminiscent of a flight of a nocturnal butterfly, which flies in a seemingly chaotic pattern. It offers an infinite number of vistas, situations and moments when the tiny human figure enters the core and appears on the edge of this natural structure.”

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