The Dachstein Mountain is in Upper Traun. I went there at the end of May. The snow was thick and the sunshine was abundant, which made me wonder why the snow did not melt. The ice cave is very cold and the ground is wet. The icicles in the ice cave are like stalactites, as high as 10 meters. The entire journey of the ice cave is 50 minutes, and every ten people will be equipped with a guide to explain the origin and development of the ice cave.
Very good, take the cable car to the mountainside, there are 2 holes, it is recommended to visit only the ice cave. The other mammoth cave is not interesting. The ice cave is very cold, about 0 degrees, keep warm. There are tens of thousands of years of ice inside, and the lighting is very spectacular and beautiful.
The ice in the Dachstein Rieseneishöhle is no more than 500 years old, and forms an 'ice mountain'.It is also known as Dachstein Giant ice cave. It is awesome. But well, i have no idea why. Perhaps i missed something.
Don't be lazy to walk, or you might missed a lot of things here. After all photo is not everything.
Mr For big ice already has millions of years of history, extends to the mountains 80 km deep. The thickness of ice is increasing every year. Tip now has 8 meters, nearly twice as much as one hundred years ago. Large ice is cold, from the hole to hole about 50 minutes, all the visitors should pay attention to keep warm, at the age of snow here, forming the shape of the various like stalactites, very beautiful and strange.