The „Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Klamm“, opened in 1896, attracts thousands of visitors each year. The snow white marble gorge is breathtaking, and at the same time fascinating. The path to the biggest waterfall winds its way over bridges and steps, passes by deep gorges, it is loud and a truly unforgettable sight. Not only children’s eyes will light up when they see the Gilfenklamm wrapped in rocks and the surging water.
From Stange, follow a small trail through the woods and over the meadows. After about ten minutes walk, the trail gets narrower, steeper and starts to wind its way through the rocks. Climb up the stone steps, run over bridges and gradually after about 20 minutes walk, you realise that it can’t be far to go any more. But then, just where the rocks start to hang over the path, right under there, the water falls down and the light and shadows it makes seem like a real natural theatre show.
Another ten minutes by foot and you are out of the Klamm. From there, follow one of the many paths that lead back down the valley to where the car is waiting.