From early May to the end of October ...
... The Wolfsklamm Gorge impresses nature lovers with thundering waterfalls, emerald green pools and a refreshing, rising mist.
Roaring water torrents, the burbling of Stanser Brook and swaying bridges ensure the hike through Tyrol’s most beautiful gorge is a truly memorable experience. All the more so in summer, as the gorge is refreshingly cool.
Exactly 354 steps, timber bridges and galleries carved into the rock lead upwards to the pilgrimage monastery of St. Georgenberg.
Over 100 years ago, on the 11th August 1901 to be precise, Wolfsklamm Gorge was designated as a “Pearl of the Tyrolean Lowlands”.
After the gorge, the pilgrim’s trail continues on to St. Georgenberg, the oldest place of pilgrimage in Tyrol, where you will find yourself in the Alpenpark Karwendel Nature Reserve. Just before you reach this monastery that was hewn from the rocky environment, you will pass the “Hohe Brücke - High Bridge”, a listed monument. This stone arch dating back to 1497 once bore the oldest bridge in Tyrol.