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All reviews black forest red squirrels nice hike different levels easy hike cuckoo clock beautiful scenery walk up up hill free entry the main street train station entrance fee nature paths peanuts town
Great stop for a quick hike, visited in December as it was getting ready for their festival of lights...the setting is wonderful, not a difficult hike, mostly paved paths, some steep but there is an easy way.....recommend for a good stretch of the legs
I really enjoyed visiting here, but paying to see it just seems a bit wrong. The admissions desk said that you also got admission to a museum in town, which was closed on a Sunday. Great chance for photos, if you have the legs for...More
The waterfall itself is not different than others, but the wooden path surrounding it is fun to walk in and offers beautiful views to the surrounding area, you will have to be moderately fit to go all the way up though
Despite all the tourists this place is one of my favorites in the region. You get to be real near to the waterfall, the nature is so beautiful and with some luck you may be able to take a picture with one of the red...More
This place is absolutely wonderful and breathtaking; I cannot fully explain how fun this trip to Triberger was. We didn't need any guide with s as the trail was clear and easy to follow. There were also many squirrels to feed which was definitely fun,...More
The entrance is situated across the road from the Shop of 1000 Clocks (which is also well worth a visit). From there, it’s about a 10 minute steep walk to the bridge at the top of the falls - there are plenty of viewing/photo opportunities...More
Cost 5 Euro per person for entry but well worth it, although steep in places all the paths were tarmac and had hand rails, the falls are impressive and so were the red squirrels. I would have liked to do the high rope activity but...More
Tip number one is to wear super comfy shoes while going up this trail. It's a nice place with plenty of natural beauty all around you. The lady at the counter also sells peanuts, for yourself and/or to feed the squirrels. There are plenty of...More
It was my second trip to Triberg, this time together with my family. You might read a lot of reviews here from people complaining about the fact, that you have seen everything after a few hours, but common guys, that's exactly the best part of...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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