Lechfall

Lechfall was a man-made waterfall spilling over a dam ladder on the Lech River built in the 18th century as a means of flood control. What made this waterfall stand out was the color of the river…

Poellat Gorge Waterfall

The Poellat Gorge Waterfall (or Pöllatschlucht Wasserfall in German) should have been one of the most breathtaking waterfalls in all of Germany. Indeed, it had the fortunate location sitting right…

Scheidegger Waterfalls

The Scheidegger Waterfalls were a collection of fair-sized waterfalls all experienced from a single excursion within the Rohrach Gorge. The main waterfalls consisted of a 22m upper drop followed…

Hinanger Waterfall

The Hinanger Waterfall was an eccentric karstic limestone type waterfalls though this particular one featured some interesting weeping rocks as well as a small natural arch making this one of the…

Zipfelsbach Waterfall

The Zipfelsbach Waterfall was one of the much taller waterfalls in Germany though it didn’t seem to get a whole lot of fanfare. It was said to have a cumulative drop of around 300m…