10/14/2017 - Today around 2 km of a labyrinth made up of high crevices, narrow crevices, low passages and narrow gullies is known, which reaches a vertical extension of 90 m. Red-brown clay deposits shape the image of the cave. Almost all rooms are decorated with a variety of pearl sinter.
A special feature is the thermal spring (+13 degrees C) at the lowest point. 😊👍Source: bad-fischau-brunn.at/Eisensteinhoehle_6
April 1, 2019
The tour takes one hour from the 1958 New Entrance to the Thermal Spring and back through the Old Entrance to the Daylight. The cave visitor, armed with helmet, overalls, boots and carbide lamp, must not be afraid to climb over loamy steps and 4 iron ladders.
At a temperature of +13 degrees C and 100% humidity, warm clothing is not required. For children under 10 years and people with heart and circulatory problems, the cave visit is not recommended.
October 7, 2017
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