On steps, bridges and stairs
A well-constructed footpath of about 1km in length winds its way through the Liechtenstein Gorge, leading you over sturdy bridges to a magnificent waterfall. Toward the back of the gorge there are stairs to negotiate making the path unsuitable for buggies and wheel chairs. Your hike through the Liechtenstein Gorge will take about one and a half hours. The way there is also the way back – the path does not form a loop.
The Liechtenstein Gorge is great for family outings; it has sturdy paths and bridges that are safe in any weather. Good boots and warm clothes are recommended depending on the temperature.