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Cascade de Tufs, Baume-les-Messieurs

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  • Beautiful waterfall whose flow varies depending on the season, nice stroll after the restaurant of the cave until the opening of the visit of the cave.
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  • Pretty waterfall, powered water coming out of the cave. Very little water in this period but charming place. Worth the trip to visit the cave and then take the path along the DART until balm
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  • On a moss covered rock, the water was dig pretty furrows. It gives a terrible show. There is possibility to mount by suitable paths. Really very nice.
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  • This was the birthplace of the protagonist Thorn in the historic novel "Raptor" by Gary Jennings. Since it's one of my favourite books, I was delighted to find the Cirque de Baume, the cascade and the monastery... Absolutely awesome!
  • One of the most beautiful waterfall in Europe! A must-see places in the region. Also the season will be wet, more the waterfall will be responsible in waters and the most beautiful shot.
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  • A very nice site, several walking trails nearby, can of world off summer season
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  • Great place to go to, even though you are in a wheelchair. Easy access.
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  • It's a very beautiful waterfall... when we went in August, there is not a lot of water. On the other hand, there is a cave to visit and we liked (it was our 'first' cave)
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