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Wichtige Mitteilung: Heute findet keine Schifffahrt statt

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Lake Kammersee Source of the Traun River

Part of the 3-lake tour, Lake Kammersee is by far the smallest lake and the only one on which a boat trip is not possible. During the day this tranquil place is shared with the guests who venture there by Plätte, in the evening it recedes back into the ownership of the wildlife of this natural oasis.

Looking up the length of the Kammersee you can see a waterfall falling from a steep rock face. This cascade is considered the origin of the Traun River and is especially powerful in the spring or after heavy rainfall. A visit to the Kammersee is a very special natural spectacle.

330
m
length
160
m
width
7
m
max. depth
3.3
ha
area
719
m
above sea level
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The sluiceway - impressive look into the past

In the ear­ly days of salt pro­duc­tion huge amounts of wood were requi­red. Due to this demand the are­as around Kam­mer­see were log­ged and a sluice­way, a pur­po­se cut river chan­nel, was cut into the stone to help trans­port the tim­ber from Kamer­see to Toplitz­see. It took the miners of Aus­see salt mine 2 years to com­ple­te and was in full­time use for over 300 years com­men­cing from 1549. This sluice­way is one of the oldest tech­ni­cal con­struc­tions of its type in Aus­tria and can be obser­ved when wal­king along the path up to Lake Kammersee.

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