From the center of Krimml Wasserfalldorf, this circular hike takes you into the history of Krimml, to historically important places such as the lime kiln and the König-Friedrich-August-Warte.
The König-Friedrich-August-Warte was built by the Warnsdorf section of the German and Austrian Alpine Club in 1914 to commemorate the visit of the last king of Saxony, Friedrich August III. (1865 – 1932) built. Panoramic views of Krimml, the Krimml Waterfalls, the Krimmler Achental, the Seekar and the Salzach Valley reward the short climb to the König-Friedrich-August-Warte. This is located at a vantage point above the Falkenstein, a rocky hill between Krimml and Wald im Pinzgau, which was already inhabited in the older Bronze Age.