Hundalm Ice Cave, © Hannes Dabernig
Hundalm Ice Cave, © Hannes Dabernig

Hundalm Ice Cave

Angerberg

Hundalm Ice Cave was made a nature conservation site in 1956. A series of 122 steps leads to a world that few get to see and experience. Glowing blue walls of ice, light seeping through cracks and holes, rushing and dripping water—a discovery tour through the cave with a trained guide is an exciting experience that will be remembered for years to come. The ice formations, some of which are up to 350,000 years old, evoke feelings of awe and wonder. The most famous formation is the “Head of Christ” in the stalactite chamber. Warm layered clothing is required as the average temperature in the cave is 0° C all year round.

Hundalm Ice Cave, © Hannes Dabernig
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May, June and September: Saturdays & Sundays; open daily from 10:00am to 4:00pm in July and August.

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  • Family friendly
  • handicap-accessible
  • Possible in rainy weather
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You can park your vehicle at Lettenbichl car park in the hamlet of Embach (fee applies).        

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Your destination address: Embach 140, Angerberg

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