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Kundl Gorge Tyrol | Alpbachtal Seenland stream walk
Wild romantic

Kundl Gorge

The Kundl gorge is a popular excursion site for young and old. The wide path leads past bizarre shapes and majestic rocks. The stream bed is full of stones and a site for geological discoveries.

The gorge is suitable for push chairs and wheel chairs

Due to safety reasons, the gorges are not accessible between November and April and on days with heavy rain. The Gasthaus Kundler Klamm is opened also in winter.

Description Kundl Gorge: Start in Kundl

Parking at the entrance of the Gorge. The path through the gorge leads over an interesting bridge built in the timber frame style and leads on past imposing rock formations. After a ten minutes' walk you will reach the Gasthaus Kundler Klamm. Gorge stretch approx. 3 km and 1 hour walking time. Further distance to Mühltal approx. 3 km. A trip on the fun train, which shuttles to and from between the end of the gorge and Mühltal, is perfect for groups and families. Eating out at Mühltail at the Gasthaus Klammrast.

Thanks to its Kundl Gorge wide path and slight incline the gorge is also suitable for push chairs, wheel chairs
and for people with walking disabilities!

Walking through the gorge is free of charge! Tickets for the fun train "Bummelzug" are not included.

Car park fees applicable Monday – Sunday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Parking, Start Kundl Gorge