Leutaschklamm

The small river Leutasch has carved its way deep into the rock around the border area between Germany and Austria.
The “old” Leutaschklamm was opened up as early as 1880 as the first accessible gorge in the German Alps. About 200 m the way leads on footbridges between narrow rock faces into the gorge up to the impressive 23 m high waterfall.
The “new” Leutaschklamm, the Geisterklamm, lies above the old one in the border area between Tyrol and Bavaria. On footbridges, stairs and bridges, the hiker follows the gorge, below him the bubbling river. A unique experience for young and old! Admission is free.