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Went with wife and 3 daughters (5.5, 8, 11.5). The river creek or gorge is magnificent, really exemplifying the force of water on rock. My kids had a great time, even-though the climb is very steep and the number of stairs is staggering. The scenery...More
We visited Kitzlokchkramm on a sunny morning in August. The service was quick at the ticket desk and admittance was only 6 euros. The gorge was well signposted and there was information at the beginning of the path. Was quite hot in places but generally...More
I've been to quite a few gorges in Austria as I really like them! Although this wasn't my favourite one, it's definitely worth visiting: it has so many stunning rock formations, a beautiful waterfall when you first enter, and many fascinating crooks and crannies (including...More
Took my family to kitzlochlamm, and can say it's well worth a visit, the scenery is wonderful, with some impressive waterfalls.
Make sure you wear footwear with some grip as the paths are steep and usually damp.
You can easily hook up on the trail...More
Took an excursion to the gorge/ravine/klamm. The excursion was a combined effort between Inghams, Tui and Crystal with a guide, Marc, and driver, Johnny, from 'Images Around Austria
The commentary was better than most; witty and informative in equal measure. The route pretty and with...More
First of all be aware: google maps takes you 20 min. From the entrance... you should look for the turn for the klamm in the town - taxenbach i think.. there's a small but clear sign.
The walk is about one hour all the way...More
Kitzloch gorge has a unique natural spectacle and impressive bridges. It is a good idea to come early and on hot days, because you will get cooled down nicely and it will be less crowded. Entrance is 6€, but free with Zell Am See-Kaprun summer...More
Yesterday we went to the Liechtenstein klamm and today we visited this one.
A different klamm but very impressive!
The power of the water that created the gorge, the large waterfall and the small caves. You can easily spend an hour and a half there....More
A very enjoyable walk up the gorge and a real feat of engineering the way the walk way is attached to the vertical sides of the gorge. Unfortunately for us on the day we visited (13/05/2015) there was very little water flowing down the gorge.