|Location:||Near Garmisch-Partenkirchen. From Garmisch B2 towards Mittenwald, at city limits turn right. Parking at Olympia-Skistadion. 25 min walk to the entrance, or use horse carriage.|
Summer daily 8-18.
Winter daily 9-17.
Temporary closures for necessary renovation works during spring weather dependend.
Adults EUR 3, Children (6-16) EUR 1.50, Children (0-5) free, Kurgäste EUR 2, Locals EUR 2, Disabled EUR 1.50.
Gruppen (15+): Adults EUR 2.
|Dimension:||L=700 m, D=86 m, VR=80 m.|
|Guided tours:||self guided, V=200,000/a|
Partnachklamm, Eingangshütte, Tel: +49-8821-3167, Fax: +49-8821-3167.
Tourist Information, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Tel: +49-8821-180-700. E-mail:
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The Partnachklamm (Partnach Gorge) is about 700 m long with 80 m high vertical walls. The wild river Partnach rushes down the gorge deepening it day by day, but especially in spring with the huge amounts of melting water from the mountains. The trails are cut into the walls, high above the river, so the gorge is open all year. Only in spring it has to be closed sometimes, because of dangerous melting water floods or necessary repair works. In winter the gorge has a special feature, strange ice formations created by freezing water emerging from small springs in the cliff face. The gorge is very popular, it is visited by some 200,000 people per year.