A ravine from a fairytale! The Wimbachklamm lies at the entrance to the Wimbach valley, in the Berchtesgaden National Park, at the feet of the Watzmann and the Hochkalter.
The Ramsau lumberjacks constructed the wooden walkway for the salt-mine. The walkway was set up in 1843 and immediately afterwards opened for tourism in 1847. Meanwhile, about 100.000 visitors a year come to the ravine.
The Wimbachklamm has a totally special wild but romantic peculiarity. You will get an information sheet about the ravine, its history and geologic composition on request at the ticket office.
You can visit the ravine from early May to All Saint’s Day.
Ramsau, Wimbachbrücke district (RVO bus station and chargeable parking place). The starting point Ramsau Wimbachbrücke is about 30 minutes car-drive from Lofer in the Saalach valley.