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Austria's 32 show caves welcome you to their tours. Each cave is completely unique in its own way.

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At a length of 13 kilometers, this is Tyrol's only giant cave. A daily one-hour guided tour will take you through 500 meters.

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The Tyrolean underworlds

After an exciting hike through the Lower Inn Valley (Unterinntal) up towards the Buchacker Plateau, visitors will then turn into true spelunkers. 

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The part of the show cave accessible to visitors allows for 700 meters of nearly effortless hiking on comfortable trails.

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This cave is still in its natural condition. Located above Klammstein, Entrische Kirche is a partially water.

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The world's biggest ice cave! Stunning glacial formations await visitors in this giant cave with a length of more than 40 kilometers...

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This natural cave with fascinating ice formations is suitable only for experienced mountain climbers.

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Im sanften Almgebiet des Trattbergs bei Hallein liegt die Naturschauhöhle.                                          

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Unique ice formations, highly impressive artistic formations and an informative guided tour.

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At nearly 70 kilometers of explored cave passageways, the Mammoth Cave in the Salzkammergut region...

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Bold spelunkers can explore this active water cave off the beaten bath...

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A spacious pit cave with plentiful and gorgeous dripstone, the Gassel Cave is family-friendly and also illuminated.

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One of Lower Austria's deepest caves featuring spacious cave halls as well as a highly impressive stalagpipe organ!

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A paved hiking trail leads past gorgeous dripstone formations with distinctive structures all the way down to the lower lake.

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Die Nr.1 im Pielachtal/Dirndltal. Die Nixhöhle, ist ein unvergessliches Erlebnis für Jung und Alt.

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Discover the Nix, stalagmites, stalactites, calcareous sinter, bizarre rock formations, rare corrosions types such as boxwork corrosions, ...

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This cave features numerous easily accessible artifacts: Teeth and bones from cave bears.

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Seventy-three meters deep (with ladders), this fissure cave features.

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At a length of about 500 meters, the trail starts at the lower entrance to the cave and takes you up 43 meters to the upper exit.

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This former show cave was opened again

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The Kraus Cave is the only gypsum crystal cave in German-speaking Europe. It features gypsum crystal formations.

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This natural cave under special environmental protection is located at the northwest of Arzberg Mountain.

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This 470 meter cave system with dripstone...

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Simply walk through this cave without taking a tour, but be sure to bring your own light.

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This dripstone cave with awesome flowstone draperies offers a hike on a comfortable illuminated footpath.

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Spacious main course with bear tracks.
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This show cave features more dripstone formations than any other cave in Austria.

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Descend into eternal night and stroll through this subterranean wonderland. Marvel at one of the last miracles of nature.

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Austria's largest dripstone cave featuring the world's largest dripstone formation...

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A one-hour guided tour takes visitors past the cave bear skeleton, the Three Peaks and the Prince.

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Paleolithic artefacts provide evidence of earliest human settlements in Carinthia.

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What makes the Obir dripstone cave so fascinating is its stunning mix of nature.