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Totally worth the 5 euros. It was rainy but that made it fun! You'll get a little wet but it's worth it. Take the loop up and around so you can stop at the little Inn on the mountain for a snack or coffee,
First I would like to explain why I put 3 stars only. For those who drive, the car park is so far from the entrance - the only paid Olympic car park is full of cars. IF you break a rules and continue your driving...More
Great for half day walk/hike. Entrance is 4EUR. Totally worth it. Most of he path is under cliffs and trough tunes. Water proof jacket recommended, however no difference if you go there at sunny day or rainy day.
Who could have thought walking along a gorge would be this much fun. The entire experience is pretty exhilarating, walking along the fast flowing pristine water through narrow caves and beautifully carved walk ways. At no point in time do you feel detached from nature...More
A large group of us walked this gorge the day after a friend's wedding and I am so glad I managed to drag myself out of bed to make it.
A beautiful walk, especially on a lovely day. Make sure you save enough energy for...More
We stayed in a hotel within close proximity to the gorge. We walked to the starting point and proceeded to walk the gorge. Spectacular scenery, spectacular sights, amazing sounds of nature and just thrilling! It is quite a unique experience and would highly recommend this....More
A bit of a hike to start through the gorge, but worth every step. The natural wonder of water and rock plus a hiking trail alongside the gorge were worth the time to visit. It was a sunny and beautiful day.
We did the Gorge hike few years back in the winter and it was harsh as it ices.
This time in the fall, it was just a gorgeous time to do it. We took our time, took plenty of photos, stopped when we wanted...it is...More
The hike up through the Partnachklamm can easily be combined with a walk up to the top of mountain to see an alpine meadow. Alternatively, there is a gondola ride you can take to the top, then hike down from the alpine... More
The hike up through the Partnachklamm can easily be combined with a walk up to the top of mountain to see an alpine meadow. Alternatively, there is a gondola ride you can take to the top, then hike down from the alpine meadow, and finally through the gorge that way. The gorge alone (up and back) takes about 2 hours. The hike up and back can take 3-5 hours depending on how far you go, how often you stop and if you take the gondola ride in one direction.
The tram is accessible from near the parking lot by the stadium. While I did not use Monica's route, I can tell you that the gorge is relatively flat-people even had baby carriages (which were left outside the paid gorge... More
The tram is accessible from near the parking lot by the stadium. While I did not use Monica's route, I can tell you that the gorge is relatively flat-people even had baby carriages (which were left outside the paid gorge section). The walk is through the stadium, but the shop, and down a long road before turning for a bit more road (about 25 minutes), then you purchase your ticket and walk the gorge. There are horse drawn carts that will take you most of the way on the road.