|Start of the path through the gorge|
|Descending between the rocks|
Towards the end of the last ice age - around 12,000 years ago - the alternation of frost and thaw periods led to huge rock falls on the edge of the plateau which was once the bed of the sea. At that time, a large block of sandstone tipped out of the plateau wall and opened a crevasse that is 28 meters deep today.
|Finally we reached the river Prum|
The fascinating rock formations seemed endless, we walked past and through rocks formed by erosion and decorated by green vegetation of many different forms.