At the entrance to the Almbach-Ravine you'll find germany's oldest
marble-mall mill. Since 1683 rough marble pieces are polished with the power of
water. The hiking trough the three kilometers long Almbach Ravine should
definetely be planned. With it's waterfall's she belongs to the most beautiful
and preserved wild romantic gulches of the Bavarian Alps. A safe path leads you
over bridges, stairs and tunnels trough the impressive gulch. Below your feet
the crystal clear water is rushing down to the valley.
After near 200 height meters the gulch is spread to a soft valley. Follow the
labels to get to the pilgrim-church "Ettenberg". Gaze at the wonderful frescoes
at the church and enjoy your well deserved rest directly aside at the Inn
Meßnerwirt. A steep path with beautiful view leads you back to the ball-mill.
Estimated time: 2 hours.
April, 16th till November 2nd - 7.30am to 19:00 o' clock
- adults 3,00 €
- adults with cure-card or groups up to 15 persons 2, 50 €
- teenager (6 to 16 years) 1,50 €
- students (with guide) 0,80 €
- children till 6 years - free
Outside the opening times the Almbach Ravine can be walked on by own