Beside the Kaiserklamm gorge, the Tiefenbachklamm gorge is the second canyon in the surroundings of Brandenberg.
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Brandenberg, a municipality in the holiday area of Kufstein and surroundings, does not have to offer one gorge only, that is to say the Kaiserklamm gorge, but there is even another one: the Tiefenbachklamm gorge, located between Brandenberg and Kramsach.
From Kramsach you can experience the Tiefenbachklamm gorge on foot, walking along the Brandenberger Ache river, which originally was used for the transportation of tree trunks. The ultimate highlight is the impressive panoramic platform at the highest point of the canyon. After a walk of about one hour, you reach the Tiefenbachklamm tavern and the Stegerstall tavern, which also offer a children’s playground. In order to get back to your starting point, take the same way across the gorge, or walk the Pinegger Klamm gorge to Brandenburg (about 30 minutes) where you can take the bus.
The Tiefenbachklamm gorge is open from spring to late autumn, with daily opening in summer (except on days with heavy rainfall, when it is closed for safety reasons). Due to the fact that after rainfall the trails are rather slippery, we recommend you to wear sturdy shoes and you need to be rather sure-footed. For kids we recommend climbing harnesses for security, which can be rent at the Tiefenbachklamm tavern.
Where: between Kramsach and Brandenberg
Starting point: the entrance of the Tiefenbachklamm gorge (with parking space)
Peculiarities: one of two canyons of Brandenberg, impressive panoramic platform