Through the Gleirsch gorge

Naturpark Karwendel

AT-***** Region Seefeld - Tirols Hochplateau
bookable from
from 16.– EUR

Description

On the trail of the old woodworkers.

Take a trip back in time on the loggers’ trail. In the 19th century, felled timber in the Karwendel was driven along the river to Scharnitz for processing and
this walk traces part of the wood-cutting and log-driving route. Starting off alongside the rushing water of the Gleirsch gorge, we continue to the Oberbrunnalm (refreshment stop) and return to Scharnitz via Kreidegraben where, time permitting, you can enjoy a visit to the Holzerhutte (loggers’ museum).

*The guided nature hike is conducted in German.

Equipment

Sturdy footwear and waterproof clothing are essential and we recommend bringing a bottle of water and a small snack.

Meeting point

Scharnitz Nature Park and Information Centre
Hinterautalstraße 555b
6108 Scharnitz

Price information

If you stay overnight in an accommodation in the Region Seefeld – Tirols Hochplateau, you will receive the PlateauCard free of charge from your host and you can book the experiences marked "with guest card" now. The guest card itself is not necessary during the booking process. The guest card must be presented on site before the start of the event in addition to the booking confirmation.

Cancellation information

No free cancellation possible!
In case of cancellation due to weather conditions or if the minimum number of participants is not reached, you will automatically be reimbursed. If the minimum number of participants is not reached, you will be informed the day before between 17:00 and 18:00.

FAQ

>> In which languages is the experience offered? Only German
>> Duration: approx. 8 hours

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