The unique boiler holes from Hirschegg are a result of the interplay of water and limestone. The tracks of the Schwarzwasserbachs lead up to the basin and funnel-shaped depressions and can be explored on a nature trail. The boiler holes are so-called karst springs, overgrown with lush moss and often accompanied by more or less strongly bubbling waterfalls. At times, the Schwarzwasserbach is completely dried up to the natural bridge. The play of the water masses in the swirl holes is withheld from the visitor at such times, but he sees the details of the many leaching particularly clearly. With sufficient water level of the Schwarzwasserbach offers many opportunities for canyoning with the local providers in Kleinwalsertal.
December 3, 2016
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