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.
Approximately 350 steps, timber bridges and galleries carved into the rock lead upwards to the pilgrimage monastery of St. Georgenberg, the oldest place of pilgrimage in Tyrol. The hosts of the St. Georgenberg pilgrimage church restaurant pamper visitors with delicious and traditional dishes from the region in the idyllic beer garden. The walk from Stans to St. Georgenberg takes around one and a half hours. You can return via the Way of the Cross over „Weng“ or „Maria Tax“. For safety reasons, hiking downhill through the gorge is not permitted.