Beautiful waterfall that overcomes 585 meters in three cascades. Where the second stage alone already overcomes 305 meters. In addition, from here you have a wonderful view over the Walensee. The driveway to the starting point is a bit adventurous, as the road can only be traveled in one direction. There are transit times, which have to be observed, because there are no alternatives. It will pass through two hewn tunnels that are just as wide as a car!
August 30, 2016
The Seerenbach Falls (German: Seerenbachfälle) are a cascading set of three waterfalls near Betlis of the Amden municipality near the Walensee, Switzerland. The upper cascade has a height of 50m, the middle one of 305m, and the lower one of 190m, for a total of 585m. The middle section (Seerenbach Fall II) is the second highest waterfall in Switzerland.
July 24, 2018
The power and presence of the water falling over 100 meters is particularly impressive when the snow melts.The Seerenbach Falls near Betlis, municipality of Amden, on Lake Walensee form a cascade of three waterfalls with a total height of 585 meters. The top step has a drop height of 50 meters, the middle step is the third highest waterfall in Switzerland with 305 meters behind the Mürrenbachfall and the Buchenbachfall. The source of the Rin rises in the area of the 190 m lower step.
Seerenbach Falls and Rinquelle are a popular destination and can be reached from Weesen as well as from Quinten via the Walensee north route.
March 19, 2020
Note that you can only get so far up, so it's not possible to view all the falls; watch out for the spray in places which can make the paths slippery, esp. when tourists are nearby.
May 4, 2020
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