Lauterbrunnen is an idyllic Swiss village in the Interlaken and is home to more than 70 waterfalls. One of then is a well known Staubbach Falls (pic).. Plunging 300 metres from overhanging rock face, it is considered as one the highest waterfalls in Europe. To get here, take a short bus trip from Interlaken OST station.
The Stau River Falls is a landmark in the town of Lauterbrunnen. Follow the path below the waterfall and climb a small bag first, then turn to the cave. Passing through the black-pressed cave, and hearing the sound of the distant water getting closer and closer, I came to the back of the Shitao River waterfall. Standing on the mountainside, overlooking the town through a water curtain, under the blue sky and white clouds, snow mountains, green grass, cattle, mountain hut, Lauterbrunnen in front of the eyes like a fairy tale world, do not have a flavor.
Today's recommendation is hidden in the numerous waterfalls of Lauterbrunnen, known as the waterfall town in Switzerland, because it is not visible outside, it is a cave waterfall!
From Myron directly take the cable car down to Stechelberg, take the cable car, walk back to Lauterbrunnen, you can see the entire Staubbach Falls waterfall, you can also take the 141 bus, get off the bus, you can see Trummelbach The brand of Falls, this is the legendary cave waterfall! The waterfall is for tickets. SwissPass can't be discounted. 11 Euros. Trummelbach Falls is a spectacle. It is hidden in the cracks between the mountains. There are 20,000 liters of water per second flowing from the glaciers and snow into the valley, and the vortex forms the valley. The deep pool The water flow is very urgent, and the sound of the impact on the stone wall is very deafening.This spot is not famous in China, so I didnt see a tour group, nor did I see other Chinese people... but I I think that after watching the snow-capped mountains in Switzerland, I can see the waterfall again. It feels good!
Trummelbach Falls is one of the Staubbach Falls waterfalls. The entire valley extends to Lauterbrunnen, and every other way there is a waterfall that flows down the hill.