Enjoy nature in the Lammerklamm
Hiking and magical water in Scheffau
Powerful currents, steep cliffs, deep canyons and imposing sights: Be sure to visit Lammerklamm Gorge in Scheffau! Experience up-close the interplay of light and water – safe paths and boardwalks lead your whole family through this imposing gorge in the heart of Tennengau.
Useful Information about the Lammerklamm
currently closed - open from April 17th, 2021
- Opening times: daily from Middle of April to October - more
- It's possible to buy an ONLINETICKET - here
- Length of the hike: around 60 minutes, though a easier walk through the gorge is possible in around 30 min
- Opportunity to explore next to the water or on hiking paths
Information regarding COVID-19
- Keep at least 2 meter away
- Less than 2 meter away = FFP2-mask required
Pathways through Lammerklamm Natural Monument
The Lammeröfen have been open to visitors since 1884. From the starting point in Oberscheffau, well-maintained walkways lead young and old alongside steep rock faces and above raging waters through this fascinating gorge. Shortly after the entrance, you will come to the so-called “Dark Gorge”, the most beautiful section of the Lammerklamm.
You can also explore the gorge by water: Guided tours by canoe, raft and even inner-tubes allow you to experience the torrential masses of water up-close.
Long or short hikes through the Lammerklamm
A hike all the way out and back to the starting point takes around one hour. The short hike lasts about 30 minutes and leads from the starting point to Landgasthof Lammerklause. You can also have a car or bus pick you up at Landgasthof Lammerklause.
Sturdy shoes are recommended for this hike!
A brief overview of the history of the Lammerklamm
Prior to the last Ice Age, the Lammer cut a narrow V-shaped valley into the mountain. Due to the melt-off from the glaciers thousands of years ago, enormous masses of water poured into the valley and carried the rock away piece by piece – and so it was that Lammerklamm Gorge was created. The gorge truly is an imposing example of the erosive power of water. Interested? If so, learn more about the history of the Lammerklamm for yourself!