The ascent to the waterfall is worthwhile. Very steep over lots of roots. At the end of December the steep steps were a waterfall of their own - the bridge over the creek was frozen very smoothly there. Going down this path is not without problems, especially when it is wet. But there is an alternative way down.
December 28, 2019
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 dryness, the karst water level sinks and the springs dry up, so the waterfall is only a trickle- Also worth seeing is the porous rock "limestone tuff" that you can observe / 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. neidlingen.de/de/freizeit-vereinsleben/neidlinger-wasserfall
- s. geopark-alb.de/de/Neidlinger-Wasserfall-??pid=0
September 27, 2020
There is a bench halfway up the waterfall path. From there you have a very nice view of the waterfall. Definitely visit after thawing snow or rains.geopark-alb.de/pdf/GP-Tafel-Neidlinger-Wasserfall-klein.pdf?m=1598453581&
April 13, 2021
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