Staubbach Fall, Lauterbrunnen

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
Rumored to have been the inspiration for Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's poem, "Song of the Spirits over the Waters," Staubbach Fall stands nearly 300 m (984 ft) tall. The second-highest waterfall in the country, it is known for the spray of water in every direction due to the winds in the area. Walk the path up to the waterfall and go behind it for a view of the entire valley through the falls. Information boards offer the historical and scientific background of the area. Be sure to wear appropriate gear, as mist from the fall spreads far, and watch your step on the slippery paths. To visit Staubbach Fall and get the most from your holiday in Lauterbrunnen, create itinerary details personal to you using our Lauterbrunnen vacation trip planner.
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  • Staubach Fall can be seen from a long distance because is comes from the top of the cliff. It is a nice walk , next to the cemetery. There is a water fountain with drinkable water before the path to t...  read more »
  • Staubbach waterfall is very easy to find. It is so powerful. Enjoyed a short period of time.
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  •  From Lauterbrunnen station Main Street South, straight 15 minutes there's no guesswork.  Lauterbrunnen-looks from the station of the railway between Wengen and Lauterbrunnen.  And go to the bottom of the falls is thin and watch from a distance, but powerful in its own way. If it's sunny, it should go to Lookout Schilthorn and Mürren. See the mountain in rain and fog to incidental absence and after their stay in Lauterbrunnen, recommend the.
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