Waterfalls in South Tyrol
Impressive natural spectacles and the largest waterfall in South Tyrol
Waterfalls in South Tyrol

Waterfalls in South Tyrol

Impressive natural spectacles and the largest waterfall in South Tyrol

The waterfalls in Merano/Meran and the surrounding areas in South Tyrol/Südtirol are impressive natural spectacles. The largest waterfall in South Tyrol is the Parcines waterfall. From a height of 100m, water crashes down over a freestanding cliff into the wide valley below.

Additional relaxing walks lead to the Fragsburger waterfall near the spa town of Merano, the Brandis waterfall in Lana, the Kalmtaler waterfall in the village of Saltusio/Saltaus and the Stieber waterfall in Moso/Moos in Val Passiria/Passeiertal Valley.
Partschins/Parcines Waterfall
Partschins/Parcines Waterfall
Water is, without doubt, one of the most important natural elements in the Texel Group Nature Park. It runs off nearby glaciers and bubbles up from deep ...
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Passeier Waterfall in St. Martin/S. Martino
Passeier Waterfall in St. Martin/S. Martino
The beautiful waterfall called Passeirer Wasserfall is 48 m high and is located at the beginning of the romantic Kalmtal/Valclava. You can reach the waterfall ...
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Waterfalls in Stuls
Waterfalls in Stuls
Just below Stuls/Stulles, the third highest waterfall in Europe, cascades down a drop of 112m and then another 230m. It can be seen from Breiteben/Pianlargo, ...
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