Hall in Tirol Travel Blog› entry 11 of 24 › view all entries
On day seven we decided to go in the direction of Salzburg. We went to Jenbach, Zell and the Gerlospass. If you don't want to pay then don't go through the gerlospass because there is 7.50 Euro's tax for the Krimmler waterfall you can see from up the mountain. We couldn't though because it was misty. About 400m down we could see the waterfall. Its a great sight.
After that we went a little up and down from all the way to Mitterstill and back to the waterfall. We were trying to find the planetarium but it ended up being passed the tax again so we decided not to go. We then decided to check the Waterfall a little closer. It was a lot more touristic then the Staubenfall. For one we had to pay for the parking and then there were tons of restaurants and souvenirsshop on you way to pay again for this waterfall. So we were a little bummed out about that because it pulls away from the allure of this waterfall, at least for us. Still a lot of people pay for all that. We decided not to go all the way up because we didn't think it was worth it and so didn't pay again. The waterfall itself is beautifull though and a little bigger than the Staubenfall.
After that we went on further to again Mitterstill, Zell am See, Saalfelden and Lofer. We found a camping at St. Marten bei Lofer, not that far from the German border or Salzburg for that matter.