In Austria we went to Werfen. In Werfen we walked up to the cable car and got the cable car. Then we walked another 20 minutes to the top.At the top there was an ice cave.
The walk up to the top was scary because there was a massive cliff beside us. The drop down was hundreds of metres. We saw some people on the otherside of the fence where you shouldn’t be because you will fall off and they were less than 30 centimetres away from it.
An ice cave is a cave of ice. When we were up it got freezing and daddy was in shorts.
It was 10 minutes until in the tour started. Then a guide who came out of the ice cave told us to follow him. Every 5th person could get a light because it was pitch black.
You needed a partner to go with you. Mummy and me were at the front and Daddy and Abbie were at the back. At the start the guide was walking on 80 metre deep ice and not falling.
He said there were 900 steps ahead of us. He had some burning Magnesium to guide the way. He climbed on the ice put some Magnesium on the ice and it lit up the whole cave.
Next he showed us the ice bear. And I think I know why its called the ice bear because it looks like a bear.
We were nearly at the end when he showed us the biggest and only ice slide in the whole cave. It was more then 160 metres full of ice and was about 10 metres (16 foot) high which is high.
It was a great experience to be there.At the end the guide said I have to visit him in 5 years so we can guide together. And I will keep my promise. At the start he said you cannot take pictures but whenever he turned round he saw everyone taking photos.