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Gorges are incredibly beautiful places, and you’ve got 16 to choose from around Salzburg. Just browse our list of the best gorges below and see photos, tips and extra info to help you visit one of these beautiful places on your next adventure around Salzburg.

The top 16 gorges around Salzburg

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    1

    Seisenbergklamm

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    With the melting ice of the last ice age, the Weißbach dug deep into the limestone rock and today is a unique natural spectacle. Open from the beginning of May …

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    Stephanie
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    Vorderkaserklamm

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    The 80 meter deep gorge is just 80 centimeters wide at the narrowest points. You can explore them on a total of 51 wooden walkways with 35 stairs. Even today, …

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    Stephanie
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    Kitzlochklamm

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    Towering rugged cliffs, idyllic bays, an impressive hermitage and the spectacular bridge make the gorge one of the most beautiful in the Austrian Alps.

    The hike through the gorge takes …

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    Stephanie
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    Liechtensteinklamm

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    The Liechtenstein Gorge is one of the longest and deepest gorges in the Alps. Of the total length of about 4 kilometers 1 km is opened to visitors. The rocks …

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    Thorsten
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    Aschauer Klamm

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    Lonely, wildly romantic gorge. Here you will find in a small space various climatic conditions, which ensures a diverse vegetation. On a mostly narrow trail, the gorge can be hiked …

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    Stephanie
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    Sigmund-Thun Klamm

    Hiking Highlight

    As the gorge is only about 400 meters long, you should take your time while walking to be able to enjoy the thundering floods correspondingly long. The descent through the …

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    Werner
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    Burggrabenklamm

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    A 270m long suspension bridge, a 40m high waterfall - the Burggrabenklamm has a lot to offer. A secured trail leads from the entrance to the waterfall. The best time …

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    Stephanie
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    Strubklamm

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Beautiful, narrow street along the Strubklamm - a canyon-like valley between Hintersee and Wiestal. Caution should be exercised through the tunnel, as some drivers do not expect cyclists.
    For die-hard cyclists, the road is a highlight in winter, too.

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    Philipp
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    9

    Gadauner Schlucht

    Hiking Highlight

    13.06.2019 - The Gadaunerer Gorge is an approximately 1.2 kilometer long ditch on the southwestern slope of Gamskarkogel on the western side of the Gastein Valley. It is located on …

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    Glasenbachklamm

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    A Salzburg classic, which is also suitable for gravel bikes. Be careful when descending: the bridges are usually very slippery.

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    Philipp
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    Salzachöfen

    Hiking Highlight

    If you are on the Alpe Adria bike path, you should not miss to visit the Salzachöfen. The imposing breakthrough between Tennen- and Hagengebirge in the Dachstein limestone is over …

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    Thorsten
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    12

    Vorderkaserklamm

    Bike Touring Highlight

    A worth seeing destination for the whole family

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    Helmut
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    13

    The rock crevices arose from a rock fall on the Plombergstein a long time ago and form some small caves, gorges and narrow passages that are especially exciting to explore …

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    Eddy
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    14

    Rundweg Tiefsteinklamm

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    The relatively short gorge can be hiked on a circular walk in less than an hour. Especially with children can stay in the gorge beautiful.
    In the summer, when it …

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    Trockene Klamm

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    As the name implies, no water flows between these rocks, which makes the Dry Gorge no less impressive. In the whole area you can discover great caves, from the up …

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    Stephanie
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    16

    In Strohwolln near Lofer, a small path branches off to the Stohwollner Gorge. The detour is absolutely worthwhile, the gorge is very easily accessible by a wooden staircase.

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    Kristof

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