Mischbach Waterfall

The Mischbach Waterfall (also can be called Mischbachfall) was kind of a throw-in waterfall for me. This roadside waterfall was easily seen along the L232 during the drive up to the…

Grawa Waterfall

The Grawa Waterfall was an impressively big waterfall, where the Sulzbach Creek tumbled over a height of 100m (though I’ve also seen 180m reported) with a width of 85m spilling into the Stubaital…

Zammer Lochputz Waterfall

The Zammer Lochputz Waterfall was one of the easier gorge experiences of our Summer trip in 2018, which included other gorges like Höllentalklamm, Raggaschlucht, and Leutaschklamm among others…

Kaunertal Waterfalls

The Kaunertal Waterfalls were a series of waterfalls that we saw tumbling down into the Kaunertal Valley on our driving excursion up to the Kaunertal Glacier (actually the Wießseeferner…

Stuibenfall

Stuibenfall (or Stuiben Falls) was said to be Tirol’s biggest (and tallest) waterfall where the Horlachbach Creek drops 159m into the Oetztal (Ötztal) Valley between Niederthai and Umhausen…

Schleierfall

The Schleierfall (I’ve also seen it called the Schleierwasserfall; “Veil Waterfall”) was probably the most impressive of the waterfalls in the Hintertux Resort Area. Sitting where the Weitentalbach…

Schraubenfall and Kesselfall

The Kesselfall and Schraubenfall were the more accessible waterfalls in the Hintertux Glacier Resort Area at the very head of the Tuxertal Valley. These were the lower two named waterfalls…

Umbal Waterfalls

The Umbal Waterfalls experience was actually a three-for-one kind of deal for us. While the main waterfall carrying the name Umbalfälle on the Umbalbach (which was also the headwaters of the Isel…

Gunstner Waterfall

The Gunstner Waterfall (or more accurately Günstner or Guenstner) was certainly another one of the quieter waterfalls that I’ve encountered during our epic Summer 2018 trip to Austria…

Krimml Waterfalls

The Krimml Waterfalls were probably Austria’s most impressive waterfalls. Thundering forcefully over four major drops on the Krimmler Ache for a grand total of 381m in cumulative height, it also…

Fallbach Waterfall

The Fallbach Waterfall was a pretty easy waterfall to visit. In fact, it seemed like everything about my visit to this waterfall was with the family in mind. So not only was the walk to the base…

Malta Hochalmstrasse Waterfalls

The Malta Hochalmstrasse Waterfalls (or Malta Hochalmstraße Waterfalls) page is where I’m paying homage to some of the waterfalls that we encountered when we did this drive up to the head…

Raggaschlucht Waterfalls

The Raggaschlucht Waterfalls were a series of waterfalls nestled within the popular Raggaschlucht Gorge. While there were several smaller chutes and cascades squeezed into the depths of the gorge…

Felbertauern Waterfalls

The Felbertauern Waterfalls page was kind of a place to put the series of waterfalls that Julie and I noticed from the toll station at the Felbertauern Tunnel. The scenery here was simply too…

Grossglockner Waterfalls

The Grossglockner Waterfalls (or Großglockner Wasserfälle) page is kind of my homage to the many roadside waterfalls that we spotted and stopped for along the famous Grossglockner High Alpine Road…

Jungfernsprung Waterfall

The Jungfernsprung Waterfall was another one of the roadside waterfalls along the Grossglockner High Alpine Road, but this particular one happened to be signposted with a car park and a cafe…

Gossnitz Waterfall

The Gossnitz Waterfall (or Gößnitz Waterfall; Goessnitz without the German letters) was the one waterfall that we did on our Grossglockner High Alpine Road Tour that actually required us to earn it…

Walcher Waterfall

The Walcher Waterfall was an impressively tall series of cascades tumbling down a mountainside very close to the toll booths for the Grossglockner High Alpine Road at Ferleiten. According to the…

Wildenstein Waterfall

The Wildenstein Waterfall was a free-falling 54m waterfall on the Wildensteinerbach at the foot of the Hochobir Mountain that was probably the southernmost of the Austrian waterfalls that we…

Finsterbach Waterfalls

The Finsterbach Waterfalls were a series of three waterfalls with heights of 23m, 21m, and 34m, respectively. To my knowledge, the first waterfall was called the namesake Finsterbachfall…