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Sigmund-Thun-Gorge in Kaprun

The Sigmund Thun Gorge is a fascinating natural monument that has been formed over thousands of years by the Kapruner Ache river. The 320 metre long gorge, whose walls rise up to 32 metres in places, offers a breathtaking experience of water and rock. The wooden footbridges and bridges provide a safe and spectacular route through the gorge, where you can experience the thundering waterfalls and impressive rock formations up close. Information boards along the way provide an insight into the history of the gorge, which was first opened up to tourists in the 19th century. The combination of natural beauty and history makes the Sigmund Thun Gorge an unforgettable excursion destination for the whole family.

With the Viehhofen Summer Card: 

Your cooling down on hot summer days with 10 % discount.

Opening hours 2024:

daily
08/05/ - 30/06/
09:00 am - 05:30 pm

01/09/ - 30/09/
09:00 am - 05:30 pm

01/07/ - 31/08/
09:00 am - 07:00 pm

01/10/ - 03/11/
09:30 am - 03:30 pm

Prices 2024:

Adults: € 7,00
Children: € 4,70

Events:

Gorge Lights 2024
14/06/ - 06/10/2024
every Friday
in the evening (bookable online with timeslots)

Gorge breakfast 2024
04/07/ - 29/08/2024
every Thursday
08:30 - 10:30 am

Legendary night of the water 2024
01/07/ - 02/09/
every Monday
until incl. 12/08/
08:00 pm

19/ 08/ - 02/09/2024
07:30 pm

Contact:

Sigmund Thun Klamm
Kesselfallstraße 213
5710 Kaprun

T 0681 849 247 37
E office@klamm-kaprun.at
W www.klamm-kaprun.at

Directions:

By car: The Sigmund Thun Gorge is around 25 kilometres from Viehhofen. Take the B311 in the direction of Zell am See. Take the Kaprun exit and follow the signs to Kesselfallstraße. Car parking is available directly at the gorge.

By bike: Cycle along the Tauern cycle path (cycle path 7) towards Zell am See and on to Kaprun. From there, follow the signs to Sigmund Thun Gorge. The path is well signposted and offers a picturesque route through the Alpine landscape.

By bus: Take the 680 bus from Viehhofen to Zell am See. Change there to the 660 bus, which will take you directly to Kaprun as far as the Sigmund Thun Klamm bus stop.

This is where the powerful Kapruner Ache once cut its way through solid rock and stone on its 320 m long path. A walk over well-paved wooden walkways invites young and old on a trip to this magical gorge near Kaprun.