World of Waterfalls Blog
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Myrafaelle (Myrafälle) is a 70m set of small cascades and falls on the Myrabach in Muggendorf, Austria. The Royalty from Vienna visited in September 19, 1801.
Wasserlochklamm Waterfalls is a 152m set of at least 5 waterfalls all a deep gorge and all sourced by a cave spring under a natural bridge in Palfau, Austria.
Waldbachstrub Waterfall is a 95m convergence of several falls at the head of Echerntal Valley reached by an 8km hike from the famous town of Hallstatt, Austria.
Golling Waterfalls (or Golling Waterfall) is a popular 76m pair of falls with a Natural Bridge and a cave spring by Golling near the city of Salzburg, Austria.
Bad Gastein Waterfall (Bad Gasteiner Wasserfall) is a unique mix of multi-drop waterfalls tumbling through the spa town of Bad Gastein in Salzburg, Austria.
The Steirischer Bodensee Waterfall is a tall falls behind a scenic lake. I experienced the falls’ base and the lake on a 4km circuit walk in Seewigtal, Austria.
Riesachfaelle (or more accurately Riesachfälle) is a pair of waterfalls at the head of Untertal Valley upslope from Schladming and Rohrmoos in Styria, Austria.
Muhlbach Waterfall (Mühlbachfall) is the conspicuous falls right above the beautiful lakeside UNESCO World Heritage town of Hallstatt in Salzkammergut, Austria.
…even after trying to apply the brakes, I leaned too far backwards and managed to fall back onto the track. I felt something on my elbows immediately but I was more concerned about Tahia…
Röthbachfall is a 470m waterfall (the tallest waterfall in Germany) behind Obersee. We took a boat and hiked to it, where we also saw the Königssee Waterfalls.
Tatzelwurm Waterfall (Wasserfall Tatzelwurm) is a pair of falls each 10m in height on the Auerbach seen from a short walk by Oberaudorf, Bavaria, Germany.
Josefsthaler Waterfalls (Josefsthaler Wasserfälle) are a 20m falls with other cascades on Hachelbach seen by a short walk or 4km loop near Schliersee, Germany.
Kuhflucht Waterfalls (Kuhfluchtwasserfälle) are a 270m set of falls tumbling from a spring (Kuhfluchtquelle) high up in the Bavarian Alps by Farchant, Germany.
Leutaschklamm Waterfall is a 23m falls sitting at the bottom of the Leutaschklamm Gorge, which is at the Germany and Austria border near Mittenwald, Germany.
Hollentalklamm Waterfalls (Höllentalklamm Wasserfälle) are falls on the Hammersbach in a narrow gorge under the glaciers of Zugspitze near Grainau, Germany.
Lechfall is a man-made waterfall spilling over a dam ladder on the Lech River built in the 18th century as a means of flood control near Füssen, Germany.
Poellat Gorge Waterfall (Pöllatschlucht Wasserfall) is a 30m falls beneath Maria’s Bridge (Marienbrücke) next to Neuschwanstein Castle near Füssen, Germany.
Hinanger Waterfall (Hinanger Wasserfall) is a 12m limestone falls on a path with steps, bridges, and travertine cliffs in the Allgäu near Sonthofen, Germany.
Scheidegger Waterfalls (Scheidegger Wasserfälle) are 3 waterfalls on the Rickenbach in Rohrach Gorge that I experienced in an excursion near Lindau, Germany.
Zipfelsbach Waterfall (Zipfelsbach Wasserfall) is a 300m falls in several drops of which I hiked to the bottom 2 from the town of Hinterstein, Bayern, Germany.