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Crowded, but still very nice

The falls themselves are beautiful. The crowds made it difficult to get a nice picture with just... read more

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revG777
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Wausau, Wisconsin
A nice hike

Always a sucker for waterfall scenery, this natural attraction was part of the reason we decided to... read more

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Samantha E
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St. Petersburg, Florida
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At the cascades of the Gutach River, water tumbles nearly 600 feet over seven naturally created steps, resulting in a marvelous site for visitors.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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An der Gutach 1 | District :Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis, 78098 Triberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
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Reviewed yesterday

The falls themselves are beautiful. The crowds made it difficult to get a nice picture with just my wife and the falls in the background. There is a

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Reviewed yesterday

Always a sucker for waterfall scenery, this natural attraction was part of the reason we decided to stay in Triberg for our trip to the Black Forest. We spent an afternoon exploring the quiet hiking trails around the waterfall. I suspect our Monday afternoon visit...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

While it’s not Niagara Falls, Triberg Watterfall has charms all its own. A good area to stroll during the day, or in the evening under the lights. It’s a little bit of a climb, not too bad but there is some effort involved.

Thank SteveB15
Reviewed 4 days ago

Triberg Waterfalls in Triberg is the highest in Germany with the descent of 163 m. In the fall time there is not that much water and it's a bit less impressive than in the springtime. The paths around the falls are nice to walk and...More

Thank Jan R
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

What an absolutely amazing town. Exactly what one thinks of Germany, when being from another country. The views are amazing! There is a local "main" street with cobblestone roads. Many stores selling many items. Many restaurants as well. All fairly priced. They have a giant...More

Thank Shelly B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Entrance cost is 5 euros, unless you stay at the Hotel Pfaff across the street; then it's included in your room rate. It's a great nature park with well-maintained trail ways. All up hill, but there are rest stops along the way, and there are...More

Thank Paul T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You can hike around for hours. We did just the main touristic path and it took us an hour. Definitely nice views, of course, it was crowdy but Triberg is known for these waterfalls. If you are in the area this is a nice outdoor...More

Thank Deniza_Ianev
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The wasserfall as they call it can be accessed from the top. The middle or the bottom. I recommend parking in town and starting at the bottom. Then you can decide how much you want to see and how far you want to go. If...More

Thank NickellFamilyTravel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's nice to take the time for a nice stroll in the forest, with children or without. It's best to take the visitor train from central street of the town up the hill and then walk downhill in the slope, instead of climbing. The views...More

Thank israelifamily2015
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

There is an entrance to the waterfall area about 1/2 mile from downtown north close to a community pool where you can enter free. It’s probably a 1/2 walk in on a gravel semi challenging trail through the beautiful Black Forest with towering fir trees...More

Thank Dan P
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MaltaDora
18 July 2018|
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Response from BJ T | Reviewed this property |
No. I can’t remember how much it is. But I know it’s not much. Maybe around 5 euros a person.
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Dimitris G
24 May 2018|
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Response from Ezrick | Reviewed this property |
Hi I guess that two hours will more than enough for the full waterfalls and some forest hiking. All the info can be found at official triberg web site Cannot put it In, as the tool block it )-; Ezrickd
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MaltaDora
14 May 2018|
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Response from Rachel A | Reviewed this property |
You go down the steps from the train station road down onto the main road then follow the road all the way up into the town, then right and then just keep going around and up! We found it difficult to find but maybe as it... More
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