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Tiefenbachklamm

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Recommended by 130 out of 136 hikers

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  • Stephanie

    A small mountain stream that has carved a ravine into the rock over thousands of years and now gushes further down below. The Tiefenbachklamm is a fantastic natural spectacle. At the upper entrance there is a snack station, from where you can continue the hike.

    Closed on heavy rainy days and from the beginning of November to April.

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    • January 29, 2016

  • Till

    Through the Tiefenbach gorge for a small path, partly over gratings and over bridges. In places, the stones are a bit slippery. Small children should be secured because the barriers are such that curious can slip through quickly and then it goes down steeply. At the beginning and end of the gorge you will find such a hint. In my opinion, even with sneakers walkable.
    The gorge can be e.g. to walk from Kramsach. There are parking spaces at the entrance. A hike directly from Kramsach is worthwhile and with the free (with guest card) bus back. The way is well signposted and you can not get lost by Komoot. Then you can also pass the pilgrimage church Mariathal from 1267. The snack station at the end of the gorge I can not / only conditionally recommend. Price-performance did not fit here for me.

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    • June 30, 2018

  • Matthias

    The Tiefenbachklamm is very worth seeing. Should be visited during a stay in Kramsach (preferably with the local guide "Ossi").

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    • July 5, 2020

  • Anna Huber

    Great for families, as it is a very nice way and rarely goes up / down!

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    • March 24, 2016

  • Michael Drilling

    The way from the Tiefenbachklamm car park to the Tiefenbachklamm snack station is also the easiest and shortest way back, the alternative way back from the Tiefenbachklamm snack bar via the Stegerstall and Burgstall snack bar is on the well-traveled road without a footpath

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    • July 22, 2017

  • Andreas Stopp

    Great nature. Highly recommended when it is hot.

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    • July 23, 2019

  • Michael

    A very nice gorge. Walking is wonderful, sturdy shoes are recommended. The Ache is easy to reach in many places at the beginning. At the end there is a refreshment stop at the Tiefenbach snack station.

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    • July 22, 2020

  • Patrick

    an absolute experience.
    However, although it was already off-season, it was very busy for us, so in August you should go very early if necessary.
    Since it is very tight, the constant search for a place to avoid "oncoming traffic" is exhausting.

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    • November 29, 2021

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Location: Brandenberg, Kufstein, Tyrol, Austria

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  • Distance1.09 mi
  • Uphill525 ft
  • Downhill450 ft
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