Henk Ruseler, forester at the National Park, and Faas Moonen, GEM architect, talk about design en sustainability during a walk through the park from GEM Tower to the Jachthuis Sint Hubertus Tower.
The Tower Walk is specially designed for the arrival of the GEM Tower and is all about sustainability and takes you through the various landscapes of De Hoge Veluwe National Park.
You can follow the route by scanning the QR signs from the starting point at the GEM tower and learn more about sustainability in the Park. The topics vary from sustainable nature, the use of sustainability in the management of the Park to cultural-historical facts about Jachthuis Sint Hubertus. With each QR code you will also find a road map to continue your way. Once back in the center of the Park, you can charge your mobile phone under the tent, with power generated by the GEM Tower.