Hikers Upset With Austria ‘Cliffhanger’ Install

An art installation situated on the facade of an Austrian cliff beside a waterfall will be taken down in September after complaints by hikers that it ruined the view for locals and tourists at the picturesque region. The installation, aptly entitled Cliffhanger, is located at Myra Falls in the Oetscher-Tormaeuer Nature Park. The brains behind the install is an art collective called Steinbrener, Dempf & Huber. The work features a fictitious welcome center with a large red doorway and signage that reads “tourist information” written above it.

“The installation was not intended to be a popular attraction,” Florian Schublach,