In 1831, woodcutters constructed a pathway through the gorge. The entrance is located in town and serves as a great starting point for beautiful hikes. From the gorge, an impressive, scenic trail leads out to the Hirschbichl.
The ravine Seisenbergklamm has been fascinating visitors with its unique natural beauty since 1831. Because of the unbelievable depth of the ravine, in some spots the sky appers as a beautiful thin line. For centuries roaring waterfalls and torrential waters have cut their paths deeper and deeper into the ravine.
A multitude of impressions bestow this miraculous creation of nature a special touch of adventure and romantic atmosphere.
This unique alpine ravine is easily accessible by car and is located in the centre of Salzburg province Seisenbergklamm and the nearby restaurant
"Klammstüberl" is open daily from the beginning of May until the end of October. The length of the visit is approximately one hour.