You can travel comfortably to the 2,000-meter-high Mooserboden Reservoir with a shuttle bus and with the Lärchwand inclined lift. On arrival, you can take a tour of the barrage wall or visit an exhibition to gain an insight into the eternal ice of the glacier world. Incidentally, the breathtaking landscape surrounding the dam is ideal for hiking.
Your day trip starts at the Kesselfall-Alpenhaus, which can be easily reached by car or bus. The bus trip first takes you through the Lärchwand Tunnel and then continues to the Limberg Dam and past the barrage wall of the lower storage lake Wasserfallboden. You then pass the Fürthermoar-Alm and continue on up to the Mooserboden Reservoir which lies at a height of 2,040 m.
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The Lärchwand inclined lift
Europe's biggest inclined lift has been completely renewed and is back in operation. Buses and the inclined lift are used for the transfer up to the reservoirs. The entire bus trip takes approx. 45 minutes.