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Diving Entry "Stone wall"

Special features
All weather
At first, this area will fall flatly, then more steeply, before it becomes a flat floor at a depth of approximately 25 m.

If you dive to the right, you will find all kinds of junk such as shoes, bottles, pots, old buoys, a few rocks, as well as roots and tree trunks. The floor is partially covered with candelabra algae. In front of the mid-entry point at a depth of 4 m, there is a stick with a pot, which can be used as a guide to assist your exit. Due to the good lighting via the street lamps, as well as the low depth, this entry point is very suitable for night dives.

The description of the diving spot is only in German available on the information board. The English description you will find in the catalog of Attersee Diving (available at the tourist offices in all villages around lake Attersee or online




Contact

Diving Entry "Stone wall"
B152 - Steinwand - KM 8,6
4852 Weyregg am Attersee

Phone: +43 650 8004777
E-Mail: office@u-p.at
Web: www.u-p.at
Web: attersee-attergau.salzkammergut.at

Under Pressure Diving Attersee
Bach 24b
4852 Weyregg am Attersee

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Diving Entry 'Stone wall'
Weyregg am Attersee

At first, this area will fall flatly, then more steeply, before it becomes a flat floor at a depth of approximately 25 m. If you dive to the right, you will find all kinds of junk such as shoes, bottles, pots, old buoys, a few rocks, as well as roots and tree trunks....