Bärenschützklamm, Austria - Opening hours, tickets, hiking routes ...
November 2nd, 2020
The Bärenschützklamm is an adventurous, romantic region that deserves a place on your bucket list. If the gorge fever circulating for years has reached you, too, then the Bear Gorge in Austria promises the perfect weekend tour for you. If you love nature, lakes, and waterfalls, you will surely enjoy a half-day tour around the gorge, only 40 minutes from Graz. To help you with your trip, I have gathered everything you need to know, including opening hours, tickets, information about parking, ac
Ötschergräben 2023 - Austria's No1. hiking destination
October 15th, 2020
The Ötschergräben, compared to the Grüner See or even the Barenschützklamm, is the most popular excursion destination in Austria. The gorge next to the Ötscher mountain is often referred to only as the Grand Canyon of Austria. The gorge, about 2-2.5 hours from Vienna, is an ideal one-day program for residents of the Austrian capital. Of Austria's many beautiful natural treasures, the Ötschergraben is a real gem. There are several gorges around the Ötscher mountain itself, the most popular of wh
Lammerklamm Gorge - Opening hours, parking, route ...
October 14th, 2020
Lammerklamm Gorge is a romantic gorge about 45 minutes drive from Hallstatt. It is one of the lesser-known hidden gorges of Austria. So let’s take a look at what’s worth knowing about Lammer Gorge in our summary. Being a part of the city of Scheffau, the imposing gorge can be explored with a short hike, promising a family-friendly, half-day program. The gorge has been walkable for a long time - since 1884, to be exact, making it one of the first gorges to become walkable in Europe! The formati
Leutaschklamm Geisterklamm - Opening hours, parking, trails ...
October 14th, 2020
A lesser-known but all the more fabulous gorge lies on the border of Austria and Germany. It is the Leutasch gorge on the border of Bavaria and Tyrol, originally called Leutaschklamm or Leutascher Geisterklamm. While the Bear Gorge or the Ötschergraben are famous all over Europe, many local families visit the Bavarian Alps and the Tyrolean mountains. Perhaps you have already seen pictures of the gorge, the most famous of which is the high bridge above. One of the surprising features of the gorg
Top 13 Gorges in Tirol - Photos, parking, trails ...
September 28th, 2020
When visiting Tyrol, you cannot come home without visiting at least one of the beautiful 13 gorges. The fabulous region is full of wild canyons just waiting for you to explore. You can easily find a family-friendly one that the children will also love. Examples include the Leutaschklamm (see the main picture) or the Wolfsklamm. There are 13 gorges in Tyrol, which have been mapped and recommended by the Tyrolean Tourist Board. All of these are officially accessible, mapped routes. Opening
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