Out on a Limb is a critically acclaimed, award-winning tree canopy walk at Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania that transports visitors from walking on the ground to walking in the treetops five stories above the forest floor
It's the middle of January and this is the first time we've had enough snow to cover the ground. It was great to finally do some winter hiking with the camera. This is Willoway Brook at the Morton Arboretum.
this is insane 😍 The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania: See the forest from a new perspective from 50 feet up in the treetops on the Out on a Limb canopy walk, part of the Arboretum-wide interactive Tree Adventure exhibit.
This Canopy Walk In Pennsylvania Takes You ‘Out On A Limb’ For Amazing Views
Bridge at The Morris Arboretum, Philadelphia :: Metcalfe Architecture
Metcalfe worked with Morris Arboretum to craft a unique treetop experience - a place to learn from nature. The exhibit extends along 450 feet of elevated pathways within the arboretum’s forest. Our design balances perceived danger, actual safety, beautiful materials, and real trees. A...