Seisenberg Ravine in Weissbach near Lofer
The entrance to the Seisenbergklamm is located in Weißbach and was designated as a natural monument due to its beauty and uniqueness.
The formation started about 12.000 years ago. The melting ice from the ice age, rain and sweeping rubble formed the Seisenbergklamm.
Lumberjacks first created a walkway through the ravine in 1831. It has a length of 600 metres and used it to transport wood out of the mountains. A visit to the ravine takes about 1 hour.
The Seisenbergklamm is also an ideal entry point for numerous hikes for the whole family and it is open daily from early May till end of October.
The access to the Seisenbergklamm is free of charge with the Salzburg Saalach valley summer card!