Expected opening: spring 2020
The Liechtensteinklamm gorge is closed. An opening is expected in spring 2020.
Fascinating views and outlooks in the mountains
Liechtenstein Gorge is certainly one of the longest, deepest, and most impressive gorges in the Alps. The mighty thunder of the waterfall, the moss-grown rocks in rich green, a legendary atmosphere, and sun rays that create a rainbow in the fine water mist. The unique natural spectacle in the Salzburger Land is known for an unforgettable trip of a special kind - an experience for the whole family.
Over thousands of years, the thundering water falls and the rushing masses of water have cut more and more deeply into the mountain and have created a gorge. The rocks stand so narrow and high in places that only a small strip of the sky remains visible.
As early as in 1875, thisAlpine natural spectacle fascinated people so much that the gorge was made accessible to the general public as a summer excursion destination,with bridges and footbridges, by a donation from Prince Liechtenstein. Since then, more than 10 million people from all over the world have visited the legendary Liechtenstein Gorge. No visitor can help but be fascinated by the immense impression and the almost ghostly light and shadow play in the depth and narrowness of the gorge.