For safety reasons the gorges are closed on days with heavy rainfall and from November to end of April.
The narrow gorge path follows the impressive course of the Brandenberg stream for approx. 1km upstream. Several tunnels and bridges make the path particularly attractive. Below the cliff hugging path the gushing Brandenberg stream makes its way down the valley. Towards the end of the gorge the landscape mellows and several beautiful spots lend themselves as ideal areas to spend some quality outdoor time in midst nature. Walking time: approx. 30 minutes. To get back take the same way or maybe you prefer a round trip tour back to the Kaiserhaus / parking.
Walking through the gorge is free of charge.
To reach the Kaiserhaus / Kaiser Gorge take the bus no. 4070 through the beautiful Brandenberg Valley (free of charge with your Alpbachtal Seenland Card).
Monday - Friday:
Brixlegg 08:44 connection from the Alpbachtal (Nr. 4074) - Radfeld / Rattenberg 08:50 - Kramsach 08:52 - Kaiserhaus 09:17
Brixlegg 10:17 connection from the Alpbachtal (Nr. 4074) - Radfeld / Rattenberg 10:23 - Kramsach 10:25 - Kaiserhaus 10:50
Return from the Kaiserhaus: 15:40 - Brixlegg 16:16 and 17:12 - 18:03
Timetable weekend - please see below.
In Spring, autumn and on weekends the Regiobus 4070 the Kaiserhaus stop – easy and flat walk from Pinegg to the Kaiserhaus in approx. 45 minutes.
Monday - Friday:
Brixlegg 11:05 connection from the Alpbachtal (Nr. 4074) - Radfeld / Rattenberg 11:13 - Kramsach 11:16 - Brandenberg 11:29 - Pinegg 11:46
Return from Pinegg: 14:33 - Brixlegg 15:16 and 16:53 - 17:36
Brixlegg 09:50 connection from the Alpbachtal (Nr. 4074) - Radfeld / Rattenberg 09:58 - Kramsach 10:01 - Brandenberg 10:15 - Pinegg 10:31
Return from Pinegg: 12:48 - Brixlegg 13:31, 14:30 - 15:16 and 16:50 - 17:36