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. Using our world travel planner, Salzburg attractions like Lammerklamm can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Along the way to the magnificent cliffs and Emerald water looked to be able to walk them degree of difficulty rock low trekking courses. Without investing big time in the city of Salzburg nearby you can enjoy the nature of the good. The course is well maintained and highly recommended.
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  • On the last day of our trip home from the vacation we decided to a trip in the lammertal Valley Gorge. Here you can see how the water his path has been made. We needed about 30 minutes for a way to walk to the mill (Guest House). Here, walk along a path, which is sometimes very narrow to back further. Sturdy footwear is definitely beneficial. For children, it is worth a visit in any case. We found it a great afternoon trip and can only recommend it!
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  • We were recommended to get a cloudy day with rain and it was really beautiful. But the stairs were a bit dangerous when they were driving wet and with leaves on. So what do you have to be aware of, whether you are young or old.
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  • Beautiful, but pay attention that when it is written that the trip will take about 30 min, you have 1 extra km to get back to the parking space
  • Beautiful place with modest hiking. On the other end there is a nice restaurant/cafe with reasonable pricing
  • A very short walk to see the "main attraction" but you can't see much from the walkway. Honestly it is a bit of a let down after reading the hype in the guidebooks and the brochures. The walk in the other direction is nothing to write home about. The register accepts cash only so if all you have on you is a credit card, you're SOL.
  • 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 landscape for a chill walk

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