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Germany’s highest waterfalls are worth visiting in Triberg. There is a small fee to enter the park. You can buy bags of peanuts to feed the squirrels. In our case, the birds got most of them. These are not thunderously huge falls, but they are a series of seven cascades all in beautiful settings. The well-maintained trails and steps go up alongside the gorge and there are a few bridges that cross it, which offer really good photo opportunities.
There is also a small playground next door.
It is a pleasant way to spend a few hours in the woods. Our four-year old girl really enjoyed herself. The contact details below are of "Tourist-Information im Kurhaus". This web site is a different one in English. The directions are to the falls, themselves.
Address: Luisenstrasse 10, D-78098 Triberg im Schwarzwald
Directions: Hauptstrasse (the B500) bends to the right at the top end (south end) of the village. Instead of following it to the right, continue straight ahead. There is a hut which is the entrance to the park. From the dead-centre of Triberg, it is an 8-minute walk.
Phone: +49 7722/953230
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