Events around the Kölnbrein reservoir
Whether motorcycle blessing, bungee jumping or experience day, the events at the Kölnbreinsperre dam are something very special, just for the impressive backdrop. Mountain fans, bikers, families or experience-seekers – everyone gets their money’s worth at the Kölnbreinsperre dam.
5/7/2020 | Motorcycle blessing
Cancelled due to COVID-19In accordance with the measures prescribed for preventing the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the Motorcycle blessing will not be held this year.
Many thanks for your understanding.
1, 2, 8 & 9 August 2020 | Bungee Jumping
Bungee jumping at the Kölnbrein dam
On 4 days each year, daring bungee jumpers are allowed to jump from Austria's highest dam to a depth of around 165 metres.
Saturday, 1 and 8 August, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, 2 and 9 August, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The event may be cancelled in case of bad weather.
13/9/2019 | Adventure day
Experience the mixture of nature and technology up close!
Adventure day at the Kölnbrein dam with trial climbing, flying fox, free dam wall tours and National Park Ranger.
There is a 50% discount on the toll for all cars and motorcycles on this day.
E-cars are allowed to drive up free of charge.
For more information, call tel.: +43 (0)50313 39363
daily | Dam wall tour
Deep into the interior of Austria’s biggest dam
A tour of the dam gives you the opportunity to learn more about electricity generation and to explore the inside of the dam.
The guided tours are held daily from 10 am to 5 pm and last about an hour. The meeting place is right outside the shop in the Berghotel Malta.
daily | Airwalk
A slightly different kind of high-altitude adrenaline rush
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity: standing on a glass surface, with an unimpeded view 200 metres down into the bare abyss and all around a breathtaking view of the high alpine landscape of the Hohe Tauern.
Only on the Airwalk can you experience the architecture of the Kölnbrein dam in all its facets: when the wall arches over your head and the massive body of 2 million m³ of concrete spreads out in front of you – which, by the way, has almost the same volume as the Great Pyramid of Giza (2.6 million m³).