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Lammerklamm, Salzburg

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Witness the erosive power of water by walking down Lammerklamm, a narrow V-shaped valley formed by the Lammer River. The gorge is 1.5 km (1 mi) long and at some places the water seems to boil as if in a kettle on a hot stove. Follow the secured wooden paths over the churning water and admire the lush, emerald vegetation of the canyon. You can also explore the roaring waters by taking guided tours with rafting boats or tubes. Put Lammerklamm at the forefront of your travel plans using our Salzburg tour planner.
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  • For millennia, the Lammer between Scheffau and ABTENAU has eaten into the rock, in the course of the time one of the cuts has joined almost ("Lammer ovens"). Well constructed road from Scheffau up in the narrowest part of the Gorge, about 45 minutes walking time. From spring to autumn as a leisure destination, particularly impressive during the snow melt.
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  • This pleasant riverside walk takes you through the gorge via walking track, stairs, bridges and tunnel to view the crystal clear fast flowing water in the gorge. A lovely peaceful place with few touri...  more »
  • We really liked the hike in the Gorge. Clear advantage: it is far not so overrun like some others.
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  • Go midday when it's sunny so that the light hits the water. Dark gorge is pretty but the bridge area heading toward town is gorgeous. Be careful about bringing small children here the path is steep, wet, slippery and requires a railing at different points. Very much worth the 4 euro entrance fee
  • Beautiful Klamm, nicely decorated with some historic fairytale figures and story's. If you visit from the parking, you will pay an entry fee for the klamm. However, if you walk from the village upstream (follow the signs), you will be able to visit 80% of the Klamm for free. The dark part (which is almost like a cave) is behind the entry doors.
  • Beautiful, but short.
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  • Compared to other throats this is not very nice despite them pay salty! Uninspiring and inconvenient location!
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  • Short but very impressive!
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