Martin Duplantier conceived the route’s architecture as a sequence of stealthy geometric shapes, which, in contrast to the natural environment, appear delicately placed within the topography. The first intervention takes the form of an elliptical disk that mirrors its surroundings. An off-center aperture not only affords views of the drop below but allows brave visitors to lay down on a strong net tethered above the void. A second observation bridge has two levels: an upper level that functions primary for circulation, while its lower counterpart allows weary walkers to take a seat in mid-air.
Titled the ‘water mirror’, the next spanning structure comprises an irregular set of stones topped with 2cm of water. Every seven minutes, the water disappears before reappearing through spray nozzles that create a temporary cloud in the middle of the mountain range. This mist then lands on the stones, reapplying the bridge with a veneer of water.
In addition, three pavilions have been designed as part of the route, offering incredible views from each of their three storeys. The rooftop offers a 360-degree panorama, while a café is positioned at the intermediate level. Below, exclusive VIP suites allow select guests to spend the night overlooking the picturesque landscape.