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I've done the Almbachklamm many times! It's a klamm with lots of variety, first the gorge with lots of powerful water followed by the waterfalls. Just before this waterfalls you can go into a dark forrest, on top you have a church and a cafe....More
This was way better than expected and exceeded all our expectations. It was easy to find via Google maps, and just 25 min from Salzburg. Parking was plenty and easy. We were thrown off at first by the charge for a hike, but the family...More
There was plenty of free parking in the parking lot. We walked to the entrance and paid our 3 Euro admission fee. The water-level seemed quite low, and the river not much more than a stream.
At the start of the walk there is a...More
It does not feature in amongst the top places to visit near Berchtesgaden....which is really surprising..it's a gem to walk thru the gorge...it's a bit rocky trail all the way up...you are get into water and it's simply refreshing... trek all the way up for...More
My friend who lives in Germany took me there for a nice little hike.
I had a wonderful time at Almbachklamm.
Beautiful nature, rushing river, waterfalls, vibrant forest, hills & mountains.
Along the path they are several fun things to do (pose with a giant...More
The entry cost € 6,-. Then a little bit rough path lead you trough the Klamm where you can enjoy waterfalls and many bridges. Everybody with a normal condition and good walkingshoes can make it. When you want to walk to Ettenberg to see the...More
We parked for free near the Kugelmühle and saw that first. The entrance fee was €5 with guest card and the hike up and down is said to take around 2 - 2 1/2 hours. On the day that we were here it was almost...More
Lovely hike. Two approaches - one is to park near the Kugelmühle, take the bus to Maria Gern and hike back thru Almbachklamm Gorge ending where you are parked.
he other is up the gorge and then take bus back.
For 50 years we have...More
I loved this hike so much! We went when it was absolutely bucketing it down with rain and it was incredible (and also empty)! We did get absolutely soaked even with umbrellas and waterproofs but it meant the river was so full and wild. You...More
The Almbachklamm was recommended to me as a place to visit and I'm so glad I took the advice. The gorge is simply stunning, especially early in the day when there are few other visitors.
There is a maintained footpath that runs the length of...More