The "waterfall" are located near Neidlingen in the Esslingen district, Baden-Württemberg.- Since 2019 the waterfall Geopoint of the UNESCO Global Geopark Swabian Alb (geopark-alb.de/pdf/GP-Tafel-Neidlinger-Wasserfall-klein.pdf?m=1598453581&)- The "Lindach" is fed by the two karst springs
- The pouring of the waterfall (= amount of water in volume per time) is subject to strong fluctuations
- After longer periods of drought, the karst water level sinks and the springs dry up, so the waterfall is then just a trickle- Also worth seeing is the porous rock "tufa" that you can watch / look at here at the waterfallNote: Moss-tuff cushions grow very slowly and the filigree structures are very vulnerable, i.e. if they are destroyed, they will have to regenerate over a long period of time!
Therefore please do not enter the area of the waterfall !!!- s. also komoot.de/highlight/186061- s. neidlingen.de/de/freizeit-vereinsleben/neidlinger-wasserfall
- s. geopark-alb.de/de/Neidlinger-Wasserfall-??pid=0
September 30, 2020
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