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Stuibenfall is a 159m waterfall on the Horlachbach seen on an adventurous hike involving bouncy bridges, natural bridges, and spiral steps in Umhausen, Austria.
The Kaunertal Waterfalls were a series of waterfalls that we saw tumbling down into the Kaunertal Valley on our driving excursion up to the Kaunertal Glacier (actually the Wießseeferner…
Kesselfall and Schraubenfall are the two most accessible waterfalls in the Hintertux Glacier Resort Area at the very head of the Tuxertal Valley in Austria.
Schleierfall is a 30m plunging waterfall high up in the hanging Weitental Valley, which is a side valley above the Hintertux Resort Area in Tuxertal, Austria.
Cascata Tervela is a 50m two-tiered waterfall fronting Monte Pana visible from the SS242, but best seen on walks from the town of Santa Cristina di Val Gardena.
Cascate del Pisciadu (Cascate del Pisciadù or Pisciadu Waterfalls) is an 80m waterfall tumbling in a crevice within the Dolomite near Colfosco, Corvara, Italy.
Apparently, there was an issue with the profile of our boarding passes as somehow we were classified as students under age 30. I recalled we had a similar issue back at LAX but it didn’t result in…
Umbal Waterfalls (Umbaltal Wasserfälle) are cascades on the Umbalbach, but we hiked by 2 more falls at the head of Virgental near Matrei in Osttirol, Austria.
Guenstner Waterfall (Günstner Wasserfall) is a 65m falls near the town of Krakaudorf on a seemingly off-the-beaten-path side of the Austrian state of Styria.
Krimml Waterfalls (Krimmler Wasserfälle) are a set of at least 4 thundering falls in the Salzburg Region dropping a total of 381m making them Austria’s biggest.
The Malta Hochalmstrasse Waterfalls (Malta Hochalmstraße Wasserfälle) page is where I dedicate the waterfalls we spotted while driving the high alpine road.
The Felbertauern Waterfalls page was kind of a place to put the series of waterfalls that Julie and I noticed from the toll station at the Felbertauern Tunnel. The scenery here was simply too…
Raggaschlucht Waterfalls are a series of falls (the tallest being 20-25m) nestled within the popular and narrow Raggaschlucht Gorge in Flattach, Austria.
Fallbach Waterfall is a 200m free-falling cataract in Maltatal Valley that I found easy to experience while also friendly for families near Malta, Austria.
The Grossglockner Waterfalls (or Großglockner Wasserfälle) page is kind of my homage to the many roadside waterfalls that we spotted and stopped for along the famous Grossglockner High Alpine Road…
Goessnitz Waterfall (Gößnitzfall) is a 70m falls reached by 3.4km hike (I did 6.4km since I started in Heiligenblut am Großglockner) in Hohe Tauern NP, Austria.
Jungfernsprung Waterfall is a 130m plunging falls on Zopenitzenbach (the creek’s name is Slovenian) right by the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Austria.
Walcher Waterfall (Walcherfall) is a 520m cascading falls on the Walcher Bach by the toll booths for the Grossglockner High Alpine Road at Ferleiten, Austria.
Wildenstein Waterfall (Wildensteiner Wasserfall) is a 54m free-falling falls on the Wildensteinerbach at the foot of Hochobir Mountain near Gallizien, Austria.
Finsterbach Waterfalls (Finsterbach Wasserfälle) are 3 waterfalls with heights of 23m, 21m, and 34m, respectively, reached by a hike from Sattendorf, Austria.