Germany's highest waterfalls

Deutschlands hoechste Wasserfaelle in TribergIt's only 35 km to get there. This popular excursion destination in the Black Forest inspires with 3 paths that lead visitors through the area. The nature trail, the culture trail or the cascade trail lead you along the natural event and provide additional information on special boards about animals, plants and the history of the waterfalls.

Germany's highest waterfalls in Triberg offer a natural spectacle of a special kind. The water of the Gutach rushes over 160 m foaming and roaring in seven cascades into the valley. A terrific natural spectacle! A jetty with a platform was built, which makes it possible to feel the spray of the falls and also allows an exclusive view of the cascades. The waterfalls are accessible all year round and offer an impressive backdrop even in winter. In addition, the waterfalls are illuminated daily at nightfall.
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Nature high ropes course at Germany's highest waterfalls

In the natural forest at Germany's highest waterfalls, in the high ropes course between the Black Forest firs at a height of 4 to 20 meters, you can experience several routes of different difficulty with obstacles that have to be overcome. At the end of each tour, there is a small break on a platform before starting the next route. For the visitor, the forest opens up from a completely different perspective. The visitor will enjoy brilliant views, master surprising challenges and experience interesting moments.
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Nature adventure park

What there is to discover next to the main entrance to Germany's highest waterfalls: a tree house, a cult place, a sea of ​​rocks made of natural granite blocks, an oasis of calm to relax, swings and, and, and ...

Walkable castle rock

The Alt-Hornberg Castle, built around 1100 by Adalbert von Ellerbach in connection with the development of the central Black Forest by the Benedictine monastery of St. Georgen, once stood on the lower castle rock in the Triberg district of Gremmelsbach. A two meter deep water cistern, beam bearing, wall base and rubble heaps are the only remnants of the ancestral seat of the Lords of Hornberg and Triberg. The access via the adventurous step system is interesting. Once at the top of the rock, nature enthusiasts can enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the Gutach valley, in the north over the town of Hornberg to the Brandenkopf, to the south up to over 1000 m above sea level. lying Black Forest heights around Triberg. Fantastic views of the Middle Black Forest are also offered from the neighboring Upper Schlossfelsen and the Rappenfelsen.


Unterer Hauptfall in Triberg

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