The path through the treetops in the Bachledova valley gets a unique restaurant

The new restaurant is invisible from the tower at the head of the path.

(Source: Bachledka ski)
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Already a popular tourist attraction, the path through the treetops in the Bachledova valley, will be enriched by a new restaurant. The architects have given priority to the beauty of the surroundings and have created a project which emphasises the spectacular nature of the valley by making the building almost invisible from the outside.

The building from the Compass architectonic atelier was designed in such a way as to respect the surroundings and stress the unique views of the Belianske Tatras. The construction combines functionality, aesthetics and capacity with the lowest possible ecological burden.

As with the path, the restaurant will be barrier-free. It will offer capacity for 190 people with a souvenir shop, a baby corner and a café with bar. The first visitors may try it at the end of 2018. During the 2018/2019 ski season, it should be fully operational.

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