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…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…
Muhlbach Waterfall (Mühlbachfall) is the conspicuous falls right above the beautiful lakeside UNESCO World Heritage town of Hallstatt in Salzkammergut, Austria.
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.
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.
Kuhflucht Waterfalls (Kuhfluchtwasserfälle) are a 270m set of falls tumbling from a spring (Kuhfluchtquelle) high up in the Bavarian Alps by Farchant, 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.
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.
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.
Urach Waterfall is a 37m limestone falls on the Brühlbach where a popular and family-friendly walk followed this gentle stream near Bad Urach, Germany.
Burgbach Waterfall is a 32m falls that I experienced on a 1.8km walk in a tranquil forested setting near Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach in Germany’s Schwarzwald.
Allerheiligen Waterfalls (Allerheiligen Wasserfälle) are an 83m tall set of falls in Schwarzwald National Park below medieval abbey ruins near Oppenau, Germany.
Geroldsau Waterfall is a quaint waterfall in the woods that we experienced with a short walk near the Roman spa and casino town of Baden-Baden, Germany.
Todtnau Waterfall is a 97m Stübenbächle by the town of Todtnau in Germany’s Black Forest (Schwarzwald) all linked by trails that also go to its top and bottom.
Triberg Waterfalls are a 163m tall series of waterfalls (said to be Germany’s tallest) on the Gutach in the Black Forest, all of which we saw on a 1.6km walk.
At this point, I then walked back through the village and started asking people if they had seen “eine frau und eine tochter”. The firefighters near the trailhead said they hadn’t seen them…