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Stuibenfall

Hiking Highlight (Segment)

Recommended by 193 out of 194 hikers

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  • Stephanie

    159 meters, the water of the Nidertais plunges over two steep slopes in the depth, making it the largest waterfall in Tyrol. The water atomises and stands in the air all around, where the name "Stuibenfall" comes from.

    Over 700 steps and an exposed, 80m long suspension bridge you can hike along the roaring water masses up to the observation deck.

    Also for climbers, the waterfall is a highlight: Directly to the left of the falling water masses, a family-friendly via ferrata is created. First-class secured and in the lower to medium difficulty area a unique experience for the whole family.

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  • Wurzelkraxler

    The Stuibenfall is the highest waterfall in Tyrol with a drop of 159 meters. On average, 610 liters of water per second flow over the edge of the rock. Since the stream is largely fed by the meltwater of Zwieselbach and Grastalferner, it has the largest water supply in summer.

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  • Cessoutdoors

    Over 700 steps and an exposed, 80m long suspension bridge you can hike along the roaring water masses up to the observation deck.
    Take lots of pics.

  • Ti-KiAyYu

    it is almost indescribable with what force and violence the Stuibenfall thunders into the valley - one hardly understands his own words ;-)

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  • Krachbumici

    Bring climbing gear & enjoy the view

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  • Kralle

    5 observation decks with a spectacular suspension bridge over the waterfall
    Approximately 600 levels require a certain condition ;-)

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  • Nicolay

    The waterfall is absolutely worth seeing, the ascent over the suspension bridge is an adventure. The many steps are to be overcome. At the top, delicious food and a cool blond in the restaurant await the hungry hikers. Absolutely top.

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  • Thomas

    the climb is worth it

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  • Carsten (📍FFB)

    The pictures speak for themselves.
    So what impressive.
    Top.👍🏼

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  • Christian

    The via ferrata is great and should be done.

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  • Enrico Peuschel

    The climb is worthwhile even in hot weather, because the spray has the necessary cooling.

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  • Carsten (📍FFB)

    The pictures speak for themselves.
    Very impressive

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  • Ti-KiAyYu

    an amazing imposing and magnificent waterfall ... worth a visit every year ... of course less crowds during the week
    ;-)))

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  • Mike

    Great completion of the 1a rehabilitated via ferrata

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  • Mike

    Can also be reached from Niederthai via the top platform but unsecured approach.

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  • JoGue

    Highest waterfall in Tyrol.
    Convenient to walk on a steel staircase along the falls or via a via ferrata.
    Along the stairs are always viewing platforms - z.T. including waterfall shower.

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  • Manfred

    Great trip also for families with smaller children

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  • Thomas

    Absolutely visit a great natural spectacle

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  • Bumble-Bee

    Up the way over the via ferrata is more beautiful and less exhausting than the endless stairs. At the forest cafe you can rent the equipment.

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  • Andre04

    A very beautiful waterfall

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  • Distance1.18 mi
  • Uphill1,250 ft
  • Downhill200 ft