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Reinbach-Wasserfälle

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Recommended by 184 out of 188 hikers

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  • Heinz

    In the Tauferer Ahrntal, not far from Sand in Taufers at the entrance to the Nationalpark Rieserfernergruppe, are the Reinbach waterfalls.
    The Reinbach Waterfalls are among the highest in South Tyrol. Here huge volumes of water from three waterfalls roar in the depths. The falls are an impressive spectacle of nature, really worth seeing, especially in summer, when the falls carry more water than in other seasons. It is three waterfalls, between 10 and 42 m high, over which the masses of water rush down into the depths impressively and with a spray of dust. The waterfalls can be reached in a beautiful and less strenuous walk on the Franziskusweg, a very rewarding trip for the whole family.

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  • Tina Sierpinski

    We highly recommend starting from Sand in Taufers and visiting the castle of Taufers on the way to the Reinbach waterfalls. Great, not too difficult way across meadows, through forests and through valleys.

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  • Heinz

    In the Tauferer Ahrntal, not far from Sand in Taufers at the entrance to the Nationalpark Rieserfernergruppe, are the Reinbach waterfalls.
    The Reinbach Waterfalls are among the highest in South Tyrol. Here huge volumes of water from three waterfalls roar in the depths. The falls are an impressive spectacle of nature, really worth seeing, especially in summer, when the falls carry more water than in other seasons. It is three waterfalls, between 10 and 42 m high, over which the masses of water rush down into the depths impressively and with a spray of dust. The waterfalls are reachable in a beautiful and less strenuous walk over the Franziskusweg, a very rewarding excursion for the whole family.

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  • Dirk

    The Reinbach (also Reiner Bach) is a left tributary of the Ahr in South Tyrol, Italy. It rises in the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park above Rein in Taufers and flows through the Reintal and the Tobel Gorge with the Reinbach Falls. It flows into the Ahr near Sand in Taufers and drains on via Rienz, Eisack and Adige into the Adriatic Sea.Above all, the Reinbach is known for its spectacular three waterfalls in the district of Winkel in Taufers. The middle Reinbachfall has a height of about 50 m.

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  • Thomas Germann

    Runs well and who feels like it can also go down again with the Flying Fox zip line.

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  • Thomas Germann

    Great to walk and the falls are a dream

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  • Oli

    Very relaxed hike

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  • Dirk

    The Reinbach (also Reiner Bach) is a left tributary of the Ahr in South Tyrol, Italy. It rises in the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park above Rein in Taufers and flows through the Reintal and the Tobel Gorge with the Reinbach Falls. It flows into the Ahr near Sand in Taufers and drains on via Rienz, Eisack and Adige into the Adriatic.

    Above all, the Reinbach is known for its spectacular three waterfalls in the district of Winkel in Taufers. The upper and middle Reinbach Falls have a height of about 50 m, the lower of about 10 to 15 m. The lower drop level is located under a towering north, mighty rock head, which is sometimes referred to by the locals as the "head of Christ" because of its anthropomorphic shape.

    While the lower two cases are of natural origin, the upper case level is the result of a partial discharge of the Reinbach for power generation.

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  • Elevation960 m