In order to make the view and the history of Ehrenberg for everyone to experience, it was decided to build an inclined lift at Ehrenberg. The new inclined lift opens up the reconstructed Hornwerk and the unique attraction of the highline179 suspension bridge barrier-free from the Ehrenberger Klause.
With the construction of the inclined elevator, the approx. 110 m elevation difference between the visitor center and the stop at the Hornwerk at an altitude of approx. 1.055m can be overcome in only approx. 2.5 minutes. From the top stop Hornwerk, a flat, paved path leads directly to the exhibition in the Hornwerk and to the portal of the spectacular suspension bridge. Thus, it is also possible for people with reduced mobility and older people to visit these two attractions in the castle world Ehrenberg. The footpath to the ruin Ehrenberg with the unique view into Reutte’s valley basin as well as the entire castle ensemble can be shortened considerably by using the inclined elevator.
The system was built and placed on the market in accordance with the European Directive 2014/33 / EU and the Elevator Safety Regulation 2015 – ASV 2015.