Griesbachklamm

Griesbachklamm, Erpfendorf: Address, Griesbachklamm Reviews: 4.5/5

Griesbachklamm
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474ralfg
Bangkok, Thailand196 contributions
Family
Griesbach Gorge is a great place to spend the day. We decided to take the route starting with the gorge and hiking up a small, steep trail to the Angerlalm, where we had a nice meal and some refreshments. There are some nice places within the gorge to rest and let the kids play in the water.
Unfortunately the Alm is only open from mid may to mid october.
Written October 19, 2014
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Dublin_IrelandSally
Dublin , Ireland223 contributions
Couples
Park your car in the public car parks at the bottom of the gorge and the start a classic walk .
Walk up the beautiful gorge and then take a right up through the forest and stop for lunch at the top at the quaint Angeralm restuarant - best value lunch we ever had with the smell of cows , a pig walking around outside and bottled beer ! eturn down the mountain via an easier rodway/path .
Written September 15, 2014
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Annie B
London, UK5 contributions
Enjoyed a great morning walking through the gorge, good boardwalks & suspension bridge. If you like walking make sure you climb to the top and visit the Inn for food & drink-& a rest!
Written September 16, 2019
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Peter b
Birmingham, UK775 contributions
Couples
We arrived by bus at the information office who were very helpful directing us to the route. There are paying car parks if you are using a car.
There is no charge to do the visit.
The initial part is wheel chair friendly, but after that it is not. The route has been badly damaged and is in need of repair which are always ongoing. It can be very slippery when wet.
There are some steep sections even on the easiest route, so would advise decent walking shoes or boots for safety. There are if I remember 3 differing walks so take your pick.
The gorge though impressive, was only a shadow of the Giesterklamm we visited in Mittenwald last year. It was a little disappointing, but if you've never seen one it's worth a visit.
Written September 14, 2017
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Sarah C
Carmarthenshire, UK40 contributions
Couples
We specifically wanted to review the pub at the end of this walk but doesn't seem to be on Trip advisor, so I will write a bit about this beautiful gorge too.

There is a large car park and a bus stop at the bottom of the gorge on the main road. Please note, there are only two portaloos here which aren't in the best condition!

Walking up the gorge is fantastic and there are beautiful surroundings. There are a number of raised walkways- without railings- and these are made of wood and can be very slippery. There are a number of waterfalls and old bridges on the walk which are lovely. At the top of the gorge is a huge rocky picnic area and you then have the choice to turn back or carry on for a much longer walk.

After following a small forestry road, the walk turns onto some steps in the forest. This is quite a steep climb- at least an hour steady climb- though very enjoyable.
Eventually leaving the forest and up a bank is the Angeralm public house/farm- perfect end to the climb. The pub is traditional Austrian style, they also have a number of goats which roam freely which is a delight to see. This place can get very busy and the wait for a drink can be very long. The staff are nice and friendly.

The best time to visit would be outside of public/school holidays and not on a weekend. If you do visit the pub on this walk when its busy, a word of advice would be to order numerous drinks/food at the first opportunity.
Written July 11, 2017
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Marian P
Constanta, Romania333 contributions
Family
This is a verry good walking experience for the whole family. Fresh air, beautifull gorge, excelent experience. And it is FREE of charge!!!
Written September 9, 2016
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Dave D
Darlington, UK12 contributions
Couples
We walked the 'red', 'Gross' route which equated to approx. 5 miles. This included some steep paths through woods and of course the gorge itself. The walk was great and the views fantastic throughout. The Gorge was was really enjoyable with stunning drops, features. The raised walkways a bridges were great fun.

My only concern was the size of the gaps under fences etc by major drops. Children would need to be under control! Most of the raised walkways don't have handrails and could become slippery when wet.

Not to put people off... this is a fantastic place to go! But families need to be wary of children.
Written August 4, 2016
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Anne Kilkenny
Kilkenny, Ireland11 contributions
This is an amazing walk through a gorge. It is very well signposted and has three levels of difficulty. My husband and I did the second level, we like walking but are not seasoned walkers yet! We could have done the most difficult level at a push but it was a little hot for walking; 30 degrees. I heard that the view from the top is stunning. Every aspect of the walk was interesting, I would love to go back. Good walking shoes are essential; it is not suitable for anyone who is unsteady on their feet. I highly recommend this walk to anyone visiting the area. We stayed in Sankt Johann a short bus trip away
Written July 26, 2016
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