Walcher Waterfall – the largest waterfall in Austria

Updated: June 12, 2020 | By | 1 More
Walcherfall - the largest waterfall in Austria

Walcher Waterfall is the largest waterfall in Austria and considered the highest waterfall in Austria. However it has three main steps, 50, 100 and 100 meters tall, between which there is a lot of small waterfalls and cascades. The total height of Walcher Waterfall is 500 m.

We can find it in the Land Salzburg, in the Hohe Tauern National Park, at the beginning of the mountain trail Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse, near the village Ferleiten. Walcher Waterfall is accessible on foot from parking spot in Ferleiten, from where you can get to the first part of the waterfall. Then you can go ahead to the other parts of the waterfall following the trails.

The whole trip takes about 3-4 hours. However if you still have some free time, you could also visit a local park Wildpark Ferleiten where you can see many interesting natural attractions as well.

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Category: Waterfalls, Waterfalls

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  1. Dan says:

    Thank you for your suggestions, I’m planning my trip to Austria this summer, so this website has helped me a lot!

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