The Sulzer waterfall is a waterfall of the Sulzbach on the left side in the Almbach on the Untersberg in the Berchtesgaden Alps. With a drop of 114 m, it is the eleventh highest waterfall in Germany. The Sulzer waterfall was formed by retrograde erosion of the Almbache in the Ramsau Dolomites on the southern flank of the Untersberg. He crashes in a total of five cascades in the Almbachklamm. The Sulzbach flows with its waterfall at this point in the Almbach. The Sulzer waterfall is largely without vegetation.
December 7, 2016
The path to the left of the Sulzacher waterfall up to the pilgrimage church and to Ettenberg is very well developed over partly wide wooden footbridges. However, it is quite consistently steeply upwards. The specified 45 minutes to the pilgrimage church are well and generously calculated.
July 6, 2018
The waterfall is not only worth a detour because of its height. Since a lot of water has left deep and clear traces in the rock, it also shows very impressively the power of water and how it affects its surroundings. The way to get there is partly very slippery due to wet conditions, so good footwear should definitely be part of the equipment.
January 10, 2020
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