The Dreimühlen waterfall, also called the Nohner waterfall or Drömmeler Spröetz, is not so special because of its size. But because this waterfall grows a bit every year, it is a special nature object and a well-known attraction in the Eifel.
The waterfall is located in the Ahrbach valley south of Ahütte. The Dreimühlen waterfall was created in 1912. Due to the construction of a railway, the three sources of the Ahrbach had to be diverted and thus the creation of the waterfall began.
The Dreimühlen waterfall is growing? Hell yes! The three streams of the Ahrbach that "feed" the Dreimühlen waterfall are rich in calcium and carbonated. This creates the so-called carbon-sintered rock.
October 4, 2020
A trip to the waterfall is worthwhile in every season, even in winter, when it is frozen it is very impressive. But since the waterfall "grows" thanks to the lime deposits, it is also advisable to come back again and again. At the waterfall you can also have a good picnic on the tree trunks. If you don't want to get here via asphalt paths or trails, there is a good 2 km long way from Nohner Mühle.
January 18, 2020
Overcrowded at the weekend. Better look during the week if possible. Great highlight in the Eifel. From the parking lot there is a nice narrow path along the stream. It's also best to pack a picnic blanket, you can sit comfortably in the meadow near the bridge to the waterfall.
April 27, 2020
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