Since as early as 1875 the adventurous looking ravine called Liechtensteinklamm has been fascinating man as a unique natural sight. It was then that it was provided with devices for walking due to a donation of the Prince of Liechtenstein.
At some points the ravine is so narrow that the sky can be observed as a small strip only. The roaring waterfalls and the torrential waters have been making their way for centuries deeper and deeper into the ravine. All these incomparable impressions provide this miracle of nature with a touch of adventure, special event and romantic atmosphere.
This ravine, unique in the Alpine area, can be reached easily by car (parking lots are to be found at the entrance of the ravine) and is situated right in the center of the Salzburg province, only 60 km south of Salzburg, Mozart’s native town.
The footpaths and footbridges are checked regularly and can be walked on in every weather. Thus, everybody can visit the Liechtensteinklamm ravine. Depending on the season, suitable shoes and warm clothing are recommended.