Die schönsten Klammen Tirols

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Wenn im Frühjahr die Wildbäche mit eiskaltem Schmelzwasser anschwellen und sich tosend ihren Weg durch den Fels bahnen, ist das ein beeindruckendes Schauspiel für große und kleine Abenteurer. Gesicherte Wege führen über Brücken und Tunnel nah am Wasser entlang und machen sie zum eindrucksvollen Naturerlebnis. Die schönsten 10 Klammen und Schluchten in und ums Tirol haben wir für dich schon mal herausgesucht.

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    Wolfsklamm

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    Wildly romantic rocky mountains, a roaring mountain stream, emerald green water and at the top a fabulous view - the Wolfsklamm is a true natural jewel. A walk is pleasantly cool on hot summer days and not rainier on rainy days than elsewhere - so it's worth it.

    Open: May to October
    Admission: adults € 4.5, children over 6 years € 1

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    Tiefenbachklamm

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    A small mountain stream that has cut a gorge into the rock for thousands of years and now continues to bubble deep in the depths. The Tiefenbachklamm is a fantastic natural spectacle. At the upper entrance there is a snack station where you can continue the hike.

    On heavy rainy days, as well as locked from early November to April.

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    Kundler Klamm

    Hiking Highlight

    According to legend, the Kundler gorge was bitten by a dragon from the rock. A farmer had outwitted and killed the monster. In the death struggle, the dragon bit through the rock and the lake, which until then had filled the Wildschönau, emptied itself.

    Open from mid-April to mid-November. Walking time in the gorge about 1 hour. The Wildschönauer slow train travels daily from May 17 to mid-October between 10 and 16 o'clock every hour on the hour to the entrance of the Kundler gorge.

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    Leutascher Geisterklamm

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    Large waterfalls, blue pools, deep gorges - the Leutascher gorge will delight children of all ages. Last but not least, the two impressive bridges provide the gorge.

    The gorge is relatively steep. A total of three paths lead into it: The most spectacular is the Wasserfallsteig, which is only open in the warm summer months. Leprechaun Trail and Klammgeist Trail can be visited throughout the year.

    Klammgeistweg: 3000 meters, approx. 1.5 hours
    Leprechaun Trail: 1900 meters, approx. 1 hour
    Wasserfallsteig: 400 meters, approx. 20 minutes, Admission: adults 2 €, children 1 €

    The parking lot in Leutasch is chargeable (5 €).

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    Gleirschklamm

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    If you climb up along the Gleirschbach, you can literally feel the power of the water as it rushes down the mountain in an opposite direction, crystal clear and turquoise blue.

    Experienced hikers enjoy the narrow trail, which takes about 45 minutes and partly exposed by the water-rock landscape.

    Best season: May to October

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    Rosengartenschlucht

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    As you hike up wooden walkways, bridges, stone steps and small rock tunnels, you can experience the untamed beauty of nature at over 1.5 km. 200 meters in altitude
    bubbling spray, smooth stone basin and steeply rising rock make one wonder and forget the rest of the world.

    Open around the beginning of May to October. Admission free. imst.at

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    Elsenklamm

    Mountaineering Highlight (Segment)

    Very exposed gorge at over 2000 meters, in some places it goes down the valley over a hundred meters steeply into the depths. The path is insured by ropes and cable railing, with a short distance is unsecured at a creek crossing. Mountain experience and surefootedness are prerequisites for this hike. The Elsenklamm is part of the so-called Berliner Höhenweg.

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    Burkhardklamm

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    Already before the First World War there was a hiking trail here, but it had been forgotten and was no longer maintained. For years, the path grew wild, in 2006 it was reopened, at one of the two large waterfalls, the gorge was covered with a bridge.

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    Bletterbachschlucht

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    When going through the gorge, you would not be surprised to suddenly find a cowboy. It feels a bit like the Wild West in this gorge, or rather, this canyon. The Bletterbach gorge is part of the GEOPARC Bletterbach, where you can learn a lot about the interior of the mountains and also discover dinosaur traces.

    Opening hours: 1st May to 31st October, daily from 9.30am to 6pm
    Admission: adults 6 €, children (up to 14 years with family) free, discounted free

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    Gilfenklamm

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    Where thunderous waters have washed over thousands of years a gorge in the rock, today you have breathtaking views. A hiking trail leads secured above the water, well secured, with suspension bridges and stairs.

    Fun fact: The Gilfenklamm is the only marble gorge in Europe, marble is still mined here today. The marble of Innsbruck's Hofkirche, for example, comes from this gorge.

    Opening hours:
    From early May to early November from 9.30am to 5.30pm, July to August from 9am to 6pm

    Entry:
    Adults 3,50 €, children 1,50 €

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