The highest waterfall in Germany! In the middle of nature, but still right next to the center of Triberg, the amounts of water plunge over 163 meters. However, word has already got around outside the town limits that there is something to see here. Therefore, I recommend coming in the evening or earlier in the morning when it is less busy.
Admission: 8 euros. With the guest card from the site, entry is even free.
November 22, 2016
The Triberg Waterfalls fall down in 7 steps. A great sight by day, in the evening, when everything is illuminated is even more beautiful. I was here in the fall, so I recommend sturdy shoes. You should already be a bit sure-footed. Due to the gradients, I would recommend the ways only limited for prams. Wide enough they are but when it is full on WE has a problem.
October 25, 2019
In rainy weather, masses of water rush over the rocks. You can get very close to the waterfalls via bridges and platforms.
There are probably 3 cash registers, one at the bottom, one at the top and one at the entrance from the Asklepios clinic.
In between there are other entrances (e.g. from the waterworks, Froschbrünnelè and Hebelweg), where there are no cash registers.
October 17, 2019
The Triberg waterfalls near Triberg in the Black Forest are among the highest and most famous waterfalls in Germany, with a total drop of 163 meters. After the Gutach has formed from the streams of the many hollow valleys of the Schönwalder plateau, it plunges over mighty granite steps into a wooded basin that opens directly into the center of Triberg. The Triberg waterfalls are divided into two cascade groups: The upper falls with three main levels fall from 872 m to 856 m above sea level. NHN. After a steep stream section, the well-known seven-stage main falls follow, which rise from about 805 m to 713 m above sea level on a running distance of approx. 230 meters. Crash NHN.
November 14, 2020
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