Liechtensteinklamm is a particularly narrow gorge with walls up to 300m high, located in the Austrian Alps 50 km south of Salzburg. It is around 4 km long and named after Johann II of Liechtenstein who had the walkways installed in 1875.
The gorge is around 4 km in length of which 1 km is accessible to visitors by means of wooden walkways. It has a depth of up to 300m and in some places is only a few meters wide. At the end of the gorge is a waterfall. It receives around 100,000 visitors a year.
The waters of the Großarler Ache, a mountain stream, formed the gorge over thousands of years. In 1875 work began by members of the Pongau Alpine Club to make the gorge accessible, however was unfinished due to a lack of funds.
The opening hours are season- and weather-dependent.
21 May - 30 Sem
Daily 8 am - 6 pm
(last entry 6 pm)
1 Oct - 31 Oct 2015
Daily 8 am - 4 pm
(last entry 4 pm)
Youth (up to 18): €3.50
Free for children under 6.
Combination Ticket (includes Liechtensteinklamm, Geisterberg cable car return ticket, Erlebnispark Geisterberg, valid for 3 days):
Children (6-15): €10.20