Germany Triberg Waterfalls

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Michael Unruh

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This place is a public area where you have to pay an entrance fee. It is not allowed to climb over fences, you need to stay on the pathways.

About this spot
Along seven stages Germany's highest waterfalls roar 163 meters downwards into the river Gutach in the city of Triberg in the Black Forest.
Unlike other waterfalls in nature these waterfalls are tidy and all cleaned up. You wouldn't find any logs in the water. Good for clean waterfall photos.
The pathways are all bituminzed and would be wheelchair accessible if it was not too steep.

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