Urach Waterfall

The Urach Waterfall was one of those attractive limestone type waterfalls with that mossy, weeping characteristic which we tend to see a lot of back in the coastal regions of California…

Allerheiligen Waterfalls

The Allerheiligen Waterfalls were actually a series of small all-season waterfalls tumbling over apparently seven drops within the Schwarzwald National Park. It’s said that the cumulative height…

Geroldsau Waterfall

The Geroldsau Waterfall was one of the more obscure waterfalls that we’ve encountered in our waterfalling tour of Germany. In this particular case, we hardly saw any fanfare nor signage…

Todtnau Waterfall

The Todtnau Waterfall was an impressively tall waterfall deep in the Black Forest of southwestern Germany where the Stübenbächle dropped 97m. It was also one of the easier waterfalls to visit…

Burgbach Waterfall

The Burgbach Waterfall was another one of the waterfalls we visited while making the drive between Freiburg and Baden Baden. This pretty tranquil waterfall was said to have a cumulative drop of 32m…

Triberg Waterfalls

The Triberg Waterfalls were said to be Germany’s highest waterfalls where the Gutach tumbles 163m in cumulative height over a series of several waterfalls. In any case, while we tend to…