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Giant Ice Cave – one of the biggest ice caves in the world - extensive Mammut Cave and Koppenbrüller Cave – still traversed by underground streams – are particularly spectacular. A state-of-the-art cable car provides access to this unique nature...more
Beware, if your knees are not fit then this place is not for you.You have to face steep uphill walk for about kilo meter and then challenge 600 plus steep steps inside the cave.
Yes, inside the ice formation is great!
After a sylvan stroll to the entrance we were rewarded with gorgeous vistas of the surrounding mountains and lake.
After a short wait the tour began with an engaging guide leading onwards. It was exciting traversing the pathways and getting an excellent commentary at the...More
The Tour goes for 50min and honestly, the best ice cave tour my partner & I have been in our lives (so far).
The guide was knowledgeable, experienced & great sense of humor. He explained things first in his native language, then did the same...More
Nature is fantastic, thumbs up to Sustrian authorities on preserving it together with a high sense of safety and cleaniness. Not enough info in English. Tourists must be informed on physical effort required in visiting the ice cave. Costly visit !
the place includes 3 cable cars up to 2100 m altitude on the krippenstein and 2 caves: mammut and ice. to both caves you have to reserve the desired entrance time, take into account that for the mammut one entrance you have to walk aprrox....More
The walk in the cave lasted about an hour. The temperature was -1, good that we took our winter coat with. Very interesting presentation in two languages (german, english), but there is a possibilitie to download audio guide. The sights are amazing. On our way...More
First you ride the gondola up. Then you hike up. They said 10 minutes? Many in our group huffed and puffed up the paved path in about 20 minutes. Altitude is about 6700 feet, but path, while safe, was steep.
Ice cave was cool. I...More
We’ve visited this cave on our way back from Krippenstein.
Please don’t forget to book your group at the desk before going up to the front of the cave.
The tour guide spoke German and English, all well explains and showed. It was a great...More
If you want to go beyond the ice caves and experience the whole area, we just spent the day on the mountain (9:30 - 5:30) and have some tips for you.
We pulled together advice from several posts here on Trip Advisor, and feel like...More