Gutach River flows down from hills above the city of Triberg through
the center of town. A trail starts at the top of the tourist
district and follows the cascading river along its course which
makes it Germany's highest waterfalls. Take a look at our
Triberg Map to find the entrance and
The river flows down
over a series of cascades two kilometers long and five hundred
meters high. This steep trail climbs up through the forest
above the town and provides numerous scenic points along the way.
Small wood huts and benches provide numerous resting points on the
trail as it winds up the hillside.
This magnificent castle and its extensive grounds are often referred to as the Versailles of Southern Germany.
The baroque palaces are one of the highlights
of the German state of Baden-Württemburg.
The city of Ulm dates as far back as 854 AD.
It's cathedral lays claim to having the world's tallest steeple, and
after you have climbed the 768 steps to the top you won't argue this
(München) is well known for its Oktoberfest festivities and for its
delicious yeast-wheat beers (Hefeweizen). But the capital of
Bavaria has much to offer tourists not just in October, but all year
Take a trip into the Bavarian Alps to see the castle Bavaria's Mad King
Ludwig grew up in.
Venture into the Bavarian Alps and visit the fairy tale landmark upon
which the Walt Disney based his Disney Land Castle: Mad King Ludwig's
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