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Die Kundler Klamm – Wanderung mit Hund

Easy
01:48
4.03 mi
2.2 mph
375 ft
400 ft
Easy hike. Great for any fitness level. Easily-accessible paths. Suitable for all skill levels.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.15 mi
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Kundler Klamm

Hiking Highlight

1.46 mi
3.95 mi
© OSM

Gasthaus Kundler Klamm

Hiking Highlight

4.03 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Hiking Path: < 109 yd
Path: 3.76 mi
Street: 386 yd
Road: < 109 yd

Surfaces

Unpaved: 112 yd
Gravel: 3.69 mi
Paved: 252 yd
Unknown: 224 yd

Weather Forecast

Planned by Österreichs Wanderdörfer

August 10, 2017

Comments

  • Österreichs Wanderdörfer

    The Kundler gorge is certainly one of the most beautiful natural gorges in Austria. She connects the Wildschönau with the Tyrolean Inn Valley in Kundl. Especially the gorge hike along the Kundler Ache is ideal for families with prams and dog owners alike. The whole tour takes you namely on a wide pushchair-suitable route, which are feasible with 150 meters in the up and down for inexperienced hikers. A special highlight is certainly the Kundler gorge, the imposing bridge in the timber truss construction at the entrance of the gorge and the inn Kundler gorge. The Gault Millau and Falstaff award-winning inn also welcomes dogs. For the approximately 3 km long gorge you should plan about 1 hour walking time. Posing for photos not included.Along the route there are numerous drinking, play and splashing opportunities for two- and four-legged friends. Both the course space and the hiking trail through the gorge can be used free of charge.Tip to Kundler Klamm: On strong rainy days and from mid-November to the end of March, the gorge is closed for safety reasons. However, you can always hike to the inn in the winter, or if you wish, you can also go there. In addition, from 13 May to 26 October several times a ride on the slow train is offered, in which dogs are also taken at no extra charge.

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