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Very nice walk but costs money to park and money to get in after you walk up a hill to a gate. The gorge is pretty but not as stunning as the ones in Slovenia. They are a beautiful turquoise blue. Was a let down...More
Pure nature in his own loveliness. Parking place available keep coins ready for the parking fee. If you have a guest card, you can save some money for parking and admission. After parking and a short walk uphill you need to buy entry coins for...More
Visited on a hot day and it was beautiful. If you are English and speak little German, you need to get an entry token from a machine half way up the climb. Great relaxing and cooling way to spend 2 hours. Older people and small...More
We visited this beautiful river gorge, Wimbachklamm, on a drizzly day. There was good parking and then about a 10 minute walk (slightly uphill) to an automatic ticket dispenser where you can buy coins that allow you to enter the gorge. The path is well...More
We were 3 time in the region and every time visited it. It is worth to see in any case. Only it is necessary to read the time table of the busses very carefully. We had seen people, which got problems with it, being even...More
We had originally planned to see the Partnachklamm, but it was unfortunately closed due to storm damage. We then tried to see the Leutaschklamm, but got too nervous about crossing the border into Austria (it turns out, not that big of a deal). I was...More
We went on a gray rainy morning. Pakring is right as soon as you turn in from the main road. There is a machine where you can get your ticket for parking. Then it is a 15 minute steep walk to the machine where you...More
You can walk the trail and cross over a bridge; however, I think the part along the waterfalls is closed (open in the summer months). From the parking lot, you can walk up the hill past the mini-golf and into the woods and... More
You can walk the trail and cross over a bridge; however, I think the part along the waterfalls is closed (open in the summer months). From the parking lot, you can walk up the hill past the mini-golf and into the woods and then along the water across the bridge and then up a slight hill and down again to loop back around across the street from the parking lot (paid).