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About your visit to the Liechtensteinklamm:

 

In order to plan your visit to Liechtensteinklamm, you are well-equipped and well-prepared, we have summarized the most important information for you:


LATEST INFORMATION

Because of bad weather conditions the Liechtensteinklamm will be closed on Tuesday, 27.10.2020.


+ SalzburgerLand Card

The Liechtensteinklamm is included in the SalzburgerLand Card. With this card you save yourself the waiting time in front of the gorge's ticket office. Go directly to the entrance/turnstile and insert your SalzburgerLand Card there, no additional admission ticket is required.

+ COVID-19

The current distance and safety regulations also apply to your visit to the Liechtenstein gorge.

  • Please keep at least 1 meter distance.
  • Avoid group-like gatherings and if necessary wait until you can enter certain areas (bridges or stairs).
  • Please wear a mouth and nose protector to protect your fellow visitors. This is absolutely necessary because the path through the gorge is a two-way path and encounters with other visitors must be expected.
  • No appointment in advanced necessary.
+ Time and physical effort involved

From the parking area with its toilets to the entrance (ticket office) to the Liechtenstein gorge there is a walk of approx. 400 m. There are two attractive restaurants before and at the entrance into the gorge.

 

The hiking route meanders along a well-constructed path for about 1.5 km through the Liechtenstein gorge. The walkways, bridges and steps are easy to walk on. The hike through the gorge takes about 1.5 hours. The way there and back is on the same path – it is not circular.

 

Unfortunately, because of naturally occurring conditions, the accessible gorge has steps and in places narrow walkways which make it unsuitable for wheelchairs and buggies. 

 

It is up to each visitor to decide whether he or she is willing to make the effort. There are about 440 steps to and from the gorge and a total of about 100 meters of altitude difference. People with walking difficulties or cardiovascular diseases are not advised to visit the gorge.

+ Best time to visit

The gorge is at its most beautiful in the early morning and late afternoon.

 

During the busy season and/or bad weather at visitor peak times between 10am and 2pm, there may be a waiting period for all visitors. Please plan your visit before or after these peak times.

+ Gear

Sturdy footwear is recommended as well as warm clothing, depending on the time of year.

+ Children

Children can walk through the Liechtenstein gorge with you but not in a buggy.

For smaller children a backpack carrier is a good idea, because there are 440 steps that have to be climbed back and forth.

+ Weather

It is especially nice on a hot day to cool down on a trip to the Liechtenstein gorge.

A visit to the gorge is also to be recommended on a wet day as there will be even more water running through the ravine. Please remember though to wear suitable clothing (waterproofs, sturdy footwear). 

 

The gorge may be closed temporarily if the weather conditions are extreme, e.g. in the case of floods, severe storms, snowfall or snowstorms.

+ Dogs

Muzzles for dogs are compulsory in the Liechtensteinklamm gorge. Dogs are permitted on a short leash and with a muzzle. Please take note that there are 440 steps (some of which are latticed steps) that have to be climbed back and forth. This can be a hurdle for dogs.

+ Booking/group reservations

No advance reservation is necessary for groups, but a short notice of groups intending to visits will help with organizing.

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