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Garnitzenklamm

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VJRéka wrote a review Jul 2020
Budapest, Hungary45 contributions
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Amazing place to have a longer hiking. If you need some advanture it is a perfect place. The trip is 4,5 km long devided for 4 parts, with more then 500m elevation change. Takes about 3 hours one way over 9 bridges. You can turn back anytime if it gets difficult for you. Good shoes are highly recomended!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Erreippie wrote a review Jul 2018
Joure, The Netherlands27 contributions15 helpful votes
To take part of the self tour you need to have a pair of mountain boots. I also advise to bring water and food. There are a few routes that you can choose to hike. The beginning is easy and the further you get, the harder it gets. The easy (short) route was about 2 hours and the hard one (long) was about 4-5 hours. Along the route you will see some of the most beautiful things mother nature has to offer. In July we even touched ice and snow.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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PimDeWilde wrote a review Jul 2017
Nijkerkerveen, The Netherlands121 contributions53 helpful votes
The Garnitzenklamm is a real nice area for a challenging walk. It's divided by nine bridges. After bridge two the trail is getting more heavy. When it's wet it's not advised to go beyond bridge five. If wanted you can leave the klamm there and go back by the "road". (Not easy at all, but more safe).
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Date of experience: June 2017
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drkdblg wrote a review Jul 2016
Antwerp, Belgium38 contributions8 helpful votes
We did the small tour with two children aged 6 and 13. At moments a slippage would mean seeing your child falling several meters down into rocks and wild water. So not a tour for scary people. However, it was a great experience, a bit of rock climbing, moving up and down . Take enough food and water and relax some moments at lovely creeks. We walked 4 hours on total.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Elizabeth D wrote a review May 2016
Croyde, United Kingdom814 contributions103 helpful votes
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Sadly we couldn't complete the walk as 5th bridge was blocked off and the route via 9th bridge was very steep and full of boulders. The part that we completed was great as long as you don't mind sheer ravines and clinging on to metal chains for safety or the odd tree root!!! We saw a huge salamander and so many woodland flowers. Wear walking shoes.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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