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Stanghe Waterfalls at Gilfenklamm Gorge

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Address: Stanghe di Racines, 39040, Racines, Italy
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Interesting hike through an incredible gorge

The short hike through the gorge is great for all ages. Our 4 and 7 year old were so fascinated by all of the waterfalls that they did not notice that they were hiking. The trail... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2016
Anthony H
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Munich, Germany
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Munich, Germany
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Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

The short hike through the gorge is great for all ages. Our 4 and 7 year old were so fascinated by all of the waterfalls that they did not notice that they were hiking. The trail is vey safe and offers spectacular views. It was rather full, but you really did not notice because everyone was so busy snapping pictures.... More 

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Switzerland
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Reviewed 19 September 2016

When you enter the area it does not look very spectactular. But this will change when you walk on and it is getting to the heart of the canyon. There, you see amazing waterfalls and lovely colors, the marble rocks look like a great piece of art. For the way back take the route passing the Castle ruin.

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Thank Markus L
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Reviewed 17 September 2016

We visited on July 2016. We were two families with teenagers. We parked at the lower end, started the trail up, and then went back. The walk is in the nature and near water. It is enjoyable and has lots of bridges and steps (which can be slightly difficult so some). Groups that has two cars or more, it is... More 

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Kanegem, Belgium
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174 reviews
63 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 12 September 2016

Very nice area with nice waterfalls. An easy walk with children as it's only 2,5 kilometers long. With the active card you have free access to the Gilfenklamm

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Thank GAELLE E
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6 reviews
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Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

Cool place ,everything is good and not very difficult.next time I will bring my kids you.thanks for my lovely program,it's very ,it's very useful.

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Thank Nono E
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Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

We've visited this gorge with two young kids. We've parked at the lower end and started the trail up the gorge and back. The way up might be a bit difficult for the younger kids but they can handle it. We've enjoyed the walk, nature, water and great infrastructure of bridges, steps... The thing is that we started the trail... More 

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Thank Nir L
Holzkirchen, Germany
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6 reviews
Reviewed 23 July 2016 via mobile

The walk is very nice, and can be done with children. It really gets better as you go up, finishing at the gorge with all the waterfalls. Recommended.

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Hillerod, Denmark
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Reviewed 15 July 2016 via mobile

Walking up and down the waterfall on the wooden bridges was unique. Get there early when they open and you will almost walk alone - great experience also with kids.

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Nonantola, Italy
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Reviewed 3 August 2015

Not so far from Stanghe, very easy access, this visit takes one-two hours by walk on a very well matained path, where you'll see these waterfalls. Be careful if you carry kinds on the rucksack, because sometime the path is really narrow, and you have to catwalk. Price of the ticket is reasonable (3,5€).

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Paris, France
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Reviewed 15 April 2015

The path leading to the Gorge wasn't really open but I risked it anyway. The lively, rushing water beneath trees overhanging the river made a wonderful combination. Be ready for stairs and remember - you'll need to climb them to get back to the starting point.

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