The Hagenbachklamm is a gorge in the municipality of St. Andrae-Wördern located in the province of Lower Austria. It was formed by Hagenbach, a small tributary of the Danube. It has a length of 1,300 meters.
The gorge runs from north to south and lies in the nature park oak grove. The gorge subsoil consists of soft sandstone, in the burrow, smaller streams easily. Due to the softness of the rock formed in the gorge from a few cliffs, as they coincide very quickly in it. Thus, the largest part of the gorge of steep, grassy slopes is limited. In some places where the sandstone is a little harder, you can also see sandstone cliffs.
Through the gorge, a well-developed and popular hiking trail. At the upper end of the gorge are located in the suburbs and village behind Unterkirchbach (both part of the town Sankt Andrae-Wördern) restaurants. The entrance to the gorge is easily accessible on foot, by bus or car and is located about one kilometer south of Sankt Andrae.