the Salza (also Mariazeller Salza) is an eastern tributary of the Enns, which rises at the Traisenberg in Lower Austria and flows south of Maria cell by the steirische protected area Wildalpener Salzatal. After 88 km it flows for instance with Grossreifling (449 m) into the Enns.
Below the place soft same deserts is the Presceny klause, which was established as weir for the felling trees rift 1848. Today the water of the artificial lake is used for the operation of a small power station. Underneath the artificial lake the Salza is a popular waters for Kajaksportler.
Numerous sources of small tributaries of the Salza are calm and feed their water into the 2. Viennese mountain spring water supply.