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It is a very peaceful and enjoyable experience. The waterfall is a combination of smaller waterfalls. It is not one huge, roaring waterfall.
It is more like gentle waterfalls that connect as you go up the mountain. It is a great hike.
The paths can...More
Nice waterfall but I could not believe that they actually charge to see it. At the entrances there are attendants whom you cannot avoid. They charge approximately 4 Euros per person (we paid 12.50 for 2 adults and one child) and you get a little...More
This is a nice one-day side trip, with the falls and town as the main attraction here. Note that with multiple entry/exit points to the falls, be sure to explore the side trails. All of them lead back to town and allow you to escape...More
We were ending our Black Forest High Road journey here knowing that we only had a short time for visiting the falls. There is a 5 Euro fee per person to visit. Had we known that this was only until 17:00 we may have waiting...More
The waterfalls are fantastic and very beautiful. The scene is breathtaking. You can take numerous walks along the walks. Can be a bit slippery and obviously wet so ensure to have a light rain jacket and good slippers (ideally waterproof in case it rains or...More
We loved the waterfalls. We were staying in Triberg for the weekend and got the guest card through our Air BnB owner. The card got us in free every day, which was so worth it! We walked the dogs there every morning. Even though the...More
The waterfall is very high and has several entrance points. I don't know at what time but I think around 1700 or 1730, it's free admission. We paid 5 euro per adult. There is a castle and a rope climbing tree obstacle course near the...More
Noted as the biggest in Germany we visited the falls on a day trip from the Alsace with our 3 yr old and 7 yr old. It was raining and misty but still plenty to see so undeterred we dressed a little warmer and put...More
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
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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
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 was closed that day. It's next to a kind of small lake/reservoir and there might be more signs when it's open!