Steinwandklamm
Steinwandklamm
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Joana P
82 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2018 • Friends
We went for this hike last weekend and we had a great hiking experience! The tracks are challenging only in one part of the circuit, and there is an alternative path if someone is in a special physical condition, for children, etc. It´s a great family program as well! Just pack your lunch because the food of the restaurants we passed by didn´t look amazing :/
Written September 12, 2018
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virtual_surround
Vienna, Austria108 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2015 • Couples
Steinwandklamm is one of the most beautiful, wildest and most interesting ravines in Lower Austria. In a deep ravine you hike on maintained bridges and climbed over thundering waterfalls.
We went in April because than is the best time to visit. If you go in Sommer or later, you won't find lots of water.

It is gifted with flora and fauna, natural gem , it is an experience in itself.

We chosed tour Myräfalle-Steinwandklamm-Türkenloch and I belive it was cca 4 hours one way.. On your way back, there is one shortcut and you need only one hour.

Once when you have the Steinwandklamm behind you, you come to the Turks hole, a cave you can go through and then to the inn-Jagasitz, on 706 m above sea level, with views of the Schneeberg.

Are you and your "little" adventure, you can make about the Rudolf Decker-Steig hiking.

If you choose to Rudolf Decker climbing, demand A / B, with your "little ones," Be aware of your responsibility, secure your children with a "Climbing set". Wore to the "line" do not let them out of sight and only then go with them if they have no fear really.
And another thing: the Rudolf Decker - Steig you are aloved to go only from bottom to top , because of danger of falling rocks. For way home, you have very well signed marks and it is shortcut back through the wood.

It was really wonderful day filled with breath-taking views.
Strongly recommended. :)
Written April 29, 2015
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Sergey D
Vienna, Austria21 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Friends
Very nice place to combine with Myrafälle. But do not take huge backpacks with you, in some caves you might not fit.
Written April 12, 2018
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Sandra B
Houten, The Netherlands67 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Family
We went there with our one year old in a carrier. It was very doable and a nice climb up the mountain, until we reached the Turkenloch. Inside we got stuck! No problem though, we carried the carrier out of the cave together and enjoyed the view from the top of the mountain. Wear good shoes though, we would not recommend the walk on slippers.
Written June 26, 2016
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ullreva
Leobersdorf, Austria145 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017 • Solo
When you're looking for a cool, shady place, a hike through a leafy canyon, up ladders to a cave - and all that in the vicinity of Vienna, this place is the place to be.
Written June 13, 2017
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halo262018
Korneuburg, Austria99 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Family
The path from the northern NÖ A02 leads at the end over a gravel forest path. Yes, the path is the right one. The price is OK. The gorge is beautiful. Be careful, some of the wooden railings and stairs are rotten. The Türkenloch is great for children.
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Written August 18, 2023
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