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Kesselfallklamm

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Kesselfallklamm

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Brian M wrote a review Sep 2020
Paphos, Cyprus162 contributions63 helpful votes
The walk starts at the Gasthaus Sandwirt where there is parking. After the first meadow and on entering the woods there is an honesty box to pay fee of €2 per person. Then begins this lovely and interesting walk - a steady climb using wooden steps and walkways that follow the gorge, cascades and waterfalls. Return by the same route or take a circular walk through farmland to return to the gasthaus.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Nikola V wrote a review Aug 2019
Belgrade, Serbia44 contributions42 helpful votes
20 30 min by car from Graz. Really nice place, in a quiet green region (alt. 600 to 700m) ! There is a parcours to follow with a duration of 1 hour approximately. Not a hard one, so beginners or older people can go to try. Need to be discovered!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Traveller01Surrey wrote a review Jul 2019
Grayshott, United Kingdom49 contributions15 helpful votes
This gorge was a short walk from our hotel in Semriach. It was a magical place to wander through and we used it as the start of a longer walk. It is possible to do a circular walk from Semriach to the restaurant at Kesselfall one way going through the gorge and the return on a higher path if you want variation. The footpaths in the area are generally well marked but if you go on from the gorge it is best to get a copy of the local footpath map. In the gorge the ladders/steps are steep and it is best to have reasonable footwear.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Santosh G wrote a review Sep 2018
Leoben, Austria1 contribution
The amazing place with small water falls and many places to relax in between called as poitive enery points :) it consists of wodden bridges and ladders.Some ladders are steep so need bit energy to climb especially for children :)
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Zofia69 wrote a review Jan 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates24 contributions3 helpful votes
Tucked away just a breath away from the route to Semriach. Well worth a visit on a hot summer's day. even though there was not much water flowing when we visited, the gorge is beautiful. Nice round mini hike from the parking.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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