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Suresh K wrote a review Sep 2019
854 contributions23 helpful votes
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Kundle Gorge Visit , Excellent walk from Kundl station, we are almost tired , halted half way , had a good rest near the stream, Prepare yourself with lots of energy to enjoy the full view.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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jax2912 wrote a review Aug 2019
14 contributions3 helpful votes
The kundler klam is a great walking trail next to a fantastic river. We took 14 yr old and 7 yr old both did the walk with no problems. Lovely shop at the end selling beautiful items made from the rock and stone. Great restaurant on the walk.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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GreenMabel wrote a review Jul 2019
wiltshire35 contributions23 helpful votes
As everyone else has says, this is very beautiful and an easy hike well worth doing. A few pointers which may make your trip easier: We parked at the Bummelzug stop in Muehltal, and it took about 40 minutes to walk to the entrance of the gorge, marked by the dragon. Had we known, we could have parked much closer at a couple of spots along the road, still it was a nice walk passing meadows and woods. We decided to take the Bummelzug back after doing the hike both ways as we were tired - cost 10 Euros for a family ticket (we were 3 people). Eating options are very limited in the gorge. The gasthof at the Kundl end is shut on Mondays! If you do go there, make sure you continue your journey on afterwards a little further to Kundl to see the historic wooden roofed bridge built in 1914, with an interesting information board with photos and descriptions in English as well as German. There also seems to be plenty of parking at the Kundl end, and it's much nearer to the start of the trail - with hindsight, we should have started our journey there, as it's also closer to where we were staying... Overall the gorge hike takes about 45 minutes each way. Enjoy - it's a spectacular trip.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Beywinkler wrote a review Apr 2019
Münchendorf31 contributions15 helpful votes
The tour can be done up-, downstream or in both directions. It is esay to walk. For people with open eyes one is crossing main geological zones in the canyon. You can see along the path how the structures, textures and colours of rocks are changing. In the limestone area there are steep walls forming a narrow canyon. Near the upper end of the canyon the mountains are getting higher but their shape becomes softer - as the rocks underneath are are changing from limestone to central alpine rocks. At the upper end of the canyon a small train can be used to reach the nearby villages. The excursion is recommendable also for families. We have seen also a lot of mountainbikers riding up and downwards.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Bryn K wrote a review Sep 2018
Colchester, United Kingdom31 contributions29 helpful votes
My wife and I walked from one end of the gorge and back, when on holiday in Austria in August 2018. Entrance is free. There is a cafe within the gorge which we did not use. It was a public holiday and the cafe looked very busy. It is a lovely walk with a very slight manageable incline. The gorge is spectacularly beautiful. The path is suitable for cycles, pushchairs and wheelchairs but people with young children should be very careful as long stretches of the path are not protected by a fence or wall. This means that there is no barrier to prevent people from falling into the gorge and stream. At one end of the gorge, there are public toilets and a road train, which runs to the next village.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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