Ehrenberg Castle in Reutte
Ehrenberg Castle is a castle located in Reutte in Tyrol, Austria.
In 2014, the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge was completed to connect the Ehrenberg Castle ruins to Fort Claudia, spanning the strategically important pass that these two structures were in part meant to guard. The length of the bridge is 1,322 feet (403 meters), with a height of 360 feet (110 meters). Tickets for access to the bridge can be bought at the Ehrenberg Castel ruin’s visitor center, or at a ticket vending machine.
My only wish is that I had more time, we spent a little longer on the suspension bridge which was great i just could have used more time at both. Definitely stop here, do the hike and see some amazing views and read some cool old history!
I have only noticed 2 defects
1. There is no way for waste disposal
2. The only vending machine is broken.
We had a GREAT trip! It was missing only at the water stations, such as, for example, a well with spring water, or the like.
Many, many thanks for this great opportunity to experience Austrian Alps, and even with children. We can recommend the visit sincerely.
A great Pity nothing is but what is made of it.... You could almost say, the ruin stands in the no man's land and waiting for their discovery. Meter-high weeds and wild growth everywhere, obstruct and destroy is still Preserved, Fecal droppings, no trash (in Austria, not yet been invented), and no hedging of accessible trails (watch your children!), wild XXL-prohibition signs and grit screwed on the Steep Trails make the impression that you should stay of the tourists here prefer to. On the Whole, the theme is exploited Commercially, 4€ for Parking are Ok, 5,20€ for the children of the temple, pass a joke. The large suspension bridge is right next to it, you can get over safely: 8€, for once, to run over it is a bad joke.
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