The Almbachklamm (Almbach Gorge) is located about 10 km west of the city of Salzburg in the municipality of the Bavarian Marktschellenberg. It offers a worthwhile ravine hike with a lot of height difference, interesting information boards and Germany’s last ball mill. Depending on the water level, however, it also has several sometimes quite spectacular spots for wild swimming or wild dipping.
The Heutal (Hayvalley) is a lovely high valley above the community Unken on the Austrian-Bavarian border. It is the starting point of a highly recommended ravine walk with two impressive waterfalls and countless beautiful spots for wilddipping.
… is located on the municipal border of the Mozart city of Salzburg. This natural monument, which is also geologically interesting, is easy to walk or bike from Elsbethen-Glasenbach, even for families. Sufficient water level provided it offers some beautiful pools for Wilddipping in the Glasenbach.
The Salzburger Grossarl Valley is widely known as the mountain pastures. At the Hüttschlager Valleys-End not far from the Inn “Talwirt” there are some beautiful places at the “Grossarler Ache” for the Wilddipping, i.e. wild torrent bathing. Continue Reading…
The legendary Mirror Lake in the Schladminger Tauern
Officially it is called Medium Gasslsee, but more popular is this gem in the Schladminger Tauern under the name Mirror Lake. Because in clear view and little wind the legendary South walls of the roof Dachstein reflected in it. Particularly appealing, because of blooming alpine roses framed, this spectacle shows up from mid-June. On 1. Sunday in July the traditional feast for Almrausch Bloom takes place on the Reiteralm. Continue Reading…
The Golling Waterfall inspires photographers and cold water fans
Where else than in the Gollinger district Torren he should be, the Gollinger waterfall. Does that mean coming from the Romanesque Torren as much as roaring torrent. And roar, the Gollinger waterfall does that too. Over two gradients and an impressive 80 meters in altitude.