This place is intimidating as it is beautiful. The size of the walls and boulders will make a lasting impression. There are multiple paths to follow waiting for your exploration. Don't forgot to make a 360° view when your down in the heart of it!
December 2, 2016
The gorge was opened for tourism in 1881. Before it was practically inaccessible. In 1881 it was given its current name, which does not correspond to a field name, but rather goes back to a trier excursionist who enthusiastically compared it with the Wolfsschlucht from Carl Maria von Weber's "Freischütz". (Wikipedia)
Indescribably beautiful and a little scary. Great experience.
September 9, 2020
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