The Raggaschlucht

“The gorge of gorges” in Flattach in Mölltal

Where the wild waters of the high mountains meet ancient rocks, is a place where you have to stand your ground. Beating a path through rock, through narrow fissures and over breath-taking waterfalls into the valley, creating THE highlight of the town of Flattach – the Raggaschlucht. Enter, but don’t forget to close your mouth again. Anyone who has ever visited the Raggaschlucht and observed the water making its way into the valley, will enjoy no end of amazement AND will want to come back again.

Opening hours 2020:
9th to 29th of May daily open 10am – 4pm
30th of May to 13th of September daily open 9am – 5pm
14th of September to Mid/End of October open 10am – 4pm (it depends on the weather conditions)

for visitors
opened up
Natural monoment

Through the power of water, to natural landmark

At times tranquil, at others seething; at times glistening and at others crystal clear – there is no question that water is the crucial element in Raggaschlucht. Over millions of years the wild waters have shaped, smoothed and sculpted the rocks in the mountains, and today we can experience this natural spectacle up close. Cross the man-made walkway to get to the loveliest sections of the gorge. A safe and remarkable experience for all the family and entry is free with the Kärnten Card.


Knowledge and expertise on the Geological Educational Path

Of course you can ‘only’ walk through Raggaschlucht, take photos and enjoy the breath-taking natural surroundings, but you can also take some knowledge and expertise home with you about how it came about. The Geological Educational Path in the Raggaschlucht is a themed trail which provides information and a background as to how this natural spectacle came about, served to you on a silver platter. How did it start to develop millions ago and how has the gorge been turned into an experience that you can encounter today?

Virtual 3D tour

in October 2018 before the destruction

Hike with us …

… it all starts at the big “Raggaschlucht” parking area.

Park the car in the town of Schmelzhütten. The town of Flattach is located directly opposite. Wearing sturdy footwear and all-weather clothing – since the water bubbles up and splashes in the gorge making the walkways wet. It is just so impressive; our route takes us across footways and bridges right to the loveliest sections of the gorge. After some 200m altitude and 1 ½ hours of walking we will have walked through the gorge and deserve some refreshments.


A quick summary of Raggaschlucht …

  • First made accessible to visitors in 1882
  • Conservation protected in 1978
  • Family-friendly and an adventure for all ages
  • The Geological Educational Path provides so many details and information
  • Free entry with the Kärnten Card
  • 1 1/2 hours to hike through, taking in 200m altitude
  • Easily accessible by walking, driving or by bus

So, have we convinced you? Are you now thinking that a trip to Raggaschlucht near Flattach in Mölltal should very much be a feature on your holiday to-do list?

Then make your way to Flattach as soon as possible.

Get in touch for more information about your stay. Send us a no-obligation enquiry or call us on: +43 4785 615. We look forward to welcoming you!


Wintersaison leider beendet
Winter season closed

ab 15.03.2020

Werte Partner und Gäste,
aus gegebenem Anlass beenden wir die Wintersaison schneller als geplant.
Die Skigebiete schließen am Sonntag, 15. März, die Beherbergungsbetriebe am Montag, 16. März.

Alle aktuellen Informationen finden Sie auf
Wir freuen uns, Sie zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt bei uns begrüßen zu dürfen!

Dear guests and partners!
Due to the occasion the winter season 2019/2020 finishs earlier than planned.
The lifts will close with Sunday, 15. March 2020 and the accommodation establishments with Monday, 16. March 2020.

All information about this you will find on
We look forward to welcoming you at later.