Steep face: if you go slightly to the right from the entry area, you will come across the beginnings of the wall at a depth of 18 m, which gradually drops until a depth of 32 m.
If you dive along the lower edge of the wall, you will reach a wooden barge with a heart-shaped toilet after 3 to 4 minutes. This structure lies a few meters away from the wall on a flat subsurface. If you follow the rope at the back left, you will encounter a “Titanic” after a few meters. Unfortunately, this structure in Lake Attersee is no larger than a rowing boat. If you continue diving along the steep face, then you will soon reach a slanting, vertically-falling mud surface. The best thing to do here is to dive higher up and back along the lower edge of the wall. Underwater meadow: left hand, this diving spot remains relatively flat and is therefore also suitable for beginners. Above all, there are numerous fish to be seen in the expanding underwater meadows. Apart from perches, roaches, and luces, eels can also be seen swimming at night here.
The description of the diving spot on the information board is only available in German. You can find the English description in the catalog of Attersee Diving (available at the tourist offices in all villages around lake Attersee or online