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In the area of Gamsforst there are three restored water mills, which are now to be found clattering away again. Taking a walk along the even path with the roaring brook alongside, you can feel the history of this place coming to life again.
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Become a cave explorer for a day – at Kraushöhle Cave! On a hot summer’s day, the cool climate inside the cave is particularly pleasant. Equipped with a jacket and a flashlight you will be following the footsteps of the great speleologist Franz Kraus. Passing the heavy, green gate you will soon discover a dark world. The tour not only opens up your eyes and ears, but is also sure to stimulate your imagination with all it's mystical figures and formations.
Man glaubt es kaum, aber mit der Geologie kann man ganz schön viel Spaß haben. Das merken Alt und Jung vor allem in der GeoWerkstatt, wo man dem Namen gemäß selbst Hand anlegen und aus Steinen, die man vorher gefunden hat, wunderschönen Schmuck oder andere Souvenirs anfertigen kann. Bei einem Workshop lernt man spielerisch, was sich vor Millionen von Jahren hier wohl zugetragen haben muss.
The wooden walkway, spanning a total length of 700 metres, takes you floating through the gorge that the roaring Gamsbach Creek has created here. As you go over stairs and bridges you will encounter dripping as well as raging waters. As the gorge is easily accessible from Gams it is a perfect option for those hot summer days when the temperatures are elevated. Make sure to pay close attention, maybe you’ll get lucky and even find a fossil from times gone by.
Who would have thought that what is said to be the most amazing geology museum of all is located in Gams? We strongly recommend believing the rumours and having a look for yourself. The museum is not only unique, but also really exciting – trust us, that’s...
Who’s in the mood for a little time travelling? And by using the word ‘little’ we are only referring to the duration of the activity, because the journey itself will take you back several million years. In the streets of the town of Gams and in Nothklamm Gorge, step by step you will learn more about geology and how different the scenery must have been when oceans and beaches existed here. To prove it you can even find fossils on the ground!
A small village with a long history. And we aren’t talking about hundreds or thousands of years - nope, more like millions of years. Stones, fossils and other finds that you can stumble across even when just going for a walk are proof of the fact that this town is simply steeped in history. And that there’s a lot to learn here, especially when you take a guided tour through the GeoZentrum Centre, hike the GeoPfad Trail, grind stones in the GeoWerkstatt Workshop or visit Kraushöhle Cave or Nothklamm Gorge.