The Obersulzbach Valley is a true hiker’s paradise! The new Venediger Trail offers great experiences for young and grown-up alike, the Glacier Learning Trail at the head of the valley illustrates the evolution of the glacier. More wonderful tours and walks like here can be found almost nowhere else in the region. From easy to very demanding – here every mountain lover will get his full reward…
Nine glaciers are located in the Obersulzbach catchment area. The largest of these is the Obersulzbach-Kees, which once formed the valley.
From the glacier area comes the water of the Obersulzbach river. Das meiste Wasser fließt dabei in den Sommermonaten. Faszinierend und zu Naturdenkmälern erklärt sind auch die Wasserfälle: the Gamseck-Waterfall at the Berndlalm (over 80 m high) and nearby the Seebach-Waterfall, a 300-metre-high veil fall.
The alpine fauna can be observed at its best in the Obersulzbachtal. The ibex, already extinct, were reintroduced to the Obersulzbach Valley in 1978.