Kaprun High Mountain Reservoirs
The Mooserboden and Wasserfallboden high mountain reservoirs in Kaprun, which lie between the commanding cliffs of the Upper Tauern at a height of 2,000 metres, can be reached with Europe’s largest open slant lift. During a guided tour of the dam wall on the 107-metre-high and almost 500-metre-long “Mooser-Sperre” visitors can discover how clean electricity can be generated from 160 million cubic metres of water. The "Electricity Adventure World“provides insights into the fascinating world of eternal ice and explains the interplay between the glacier, power plant construction and electricity generation.
Adresse: Kesselfallstraße 98, 5710 Kaprun
Telefon: +43 50 313 23201
Åpningstider: 25 May-15 October 2018: Mon-Sun 8.10 am - 4.45 pm | last ride up mountain 3.30 pm
Transport: With our own shuttle buses and the Lärchwand inclined lift, Europ's largest open inclined lift, you can ride comfortably from the Kesselfall cash desk to the Mooserboden reservoir at 2,040 m altitude. There is no timetable for the buses to the reservoirs; the buses are always running (as needed) and we try to keep waiting times as short as possible.
Billetter: Round trip-Adults: € 22.00 , Children: (up to 5y) free , Children (6 -15 y) € 13.00 , Family ticket: € 44.00 , Family ticket including dam tour: € 55.00 , Dogs: € 6.00 One way - Adults € 11.50 , Children € 6.00 , Dogs: €3.00