Hiking Highlight (Segment)
The Wilde Klamm is the first section of the silent gorge, here you can walk a whole piece of nature on foot, but if you want to continue into the Edmundsklamm the path ends and you climb into a gondola, which creeps through a part of the Edmundsklamm. ) The gondolas travel at regular intervals in commuter traffic. However, it is important that the last gondola from the direction of Hrensko leaves at 16:30 and comes from the opposite direction at 5:00 pm, after which a trip inevitably develops into an insurmountable barrier and dead end! You should know this when planning the tour and consider .;) :)
November 7, 2016
It is worth getting up early to get one of the coveted parking spaces in Hrensko. The ascent to the Prebisch Gate is easy to master, a subsequent descent to Kamnitz with the Wilden Klamm and the Edmundsklamm results in a great circular route. Of course, the tour goes the other way too.
March 3, 2020
It is also worth taking one of the very early gondolas or one of the very late ones (but note that you have to take two gondolas!), Because it is overcrowded here in summer and you have to wait a long time.
Can be combined with the Prebisch Gate to form a circular route: komoot.de/tour/160101210
March 4, 2020
This tour from Hrensko to Prebischtor, then continue on the beautiful panoramic path first to the wild gorge, through the Edmundsklamm back to Hrensko - just beautiful and absolutely recommended! Although not completely without with about 18 km, but it is worthwhile in any case! Unfortunately, we did not have this landscape "for ourselves" - but we definitely repeat it at one point!
August 10, 2019
Very nice but also very full. The best start in the morning then there's also a parking space (5 €). Between the two gorges there is a kiosk and "normal" toilets (no Dixi 😉). In the afternoon, there may be long waiting times when everyone wants to get back on the boat.
August 31, 2019
- If you start from Hrensko car park at Edmundsklamm -
You walk about 20 minutes along the gorge until a jetty comes. From here you can only continue by boat (or you can run back) and have to pay 5 € per person. The journey takes about 20 minutes and is nice but not spectacular. When you get out, you can walk up a flight of stairs to the next village in about 20 minutes and then take the bus back from there. ATTENTION: The bus does not come there very often. However, there are a few restaurants there. If you continue walking from there to Rainwiese for another 20 minutes, the bus comes more regularly and you can start the 1.5-hour hike to the Prebisch Gate from there.
Alternatively, you can continue to the Wilder Klamm and take another 10-minute gondola ride. This again costs € 3.50 per person. From the end of the Wilder Klamm it is not that far to Rainwiese.
June 25, 2020
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