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Seerenbachfalle

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Francois van Heerden wrote a review Dec 2016
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I visited at the end of Nov at which point there was already snow in the area. It stayed in Fly Hotel and it was about a 45 min walk. You can travel by car on a one way road that changes direction every 15min or so. There are signs that regulates the traffic with information. There are two pubs on the way which served a well deserved beer on the way back. The falls are through a forest with a very high and a midlevel fall. There are awesome views and nice spots for proper photos!
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Date of experience: November 2016
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SwissFamilyGardner wrote a review May 2016
Uerikon, Switzerland7 contributions
When we visited in late April the falls were in full flood and the rainbows they were creating were beautiful. We hiked from Weesen and most of the way was flat and easy. At Betlis we started heading uphill, first to get to the Paradiesli Restaurant / Hotel. (Wow! Sensational food, particularly the home-made desserts!!) Then we carried on up to see the falls and to enjoy the view across the lake. A really lovely day.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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paukie wrote a review Apr 2016
Zurich, Switzerland1,104 contributions107 helpful votes
This waterfall is easy reachable from Weesen on the Walensee. You can drive and park your car near restaurant Lago Mio and walk further towards the waterfall. It takes about 1 - 1.5 hours to reach it. The walk along the lake is beautiful. Passing clifs and going through tunnels. Reaching the village of Betlis, the road goes up a bit. You see the waterfall from far away. The last 10 minutes you walk through the woods and you here it quite good. You just walk upon it and then the woods open up and you see it. There are 3 waterfalls coming together to one. This has to do with the cavesystem, where the water runs in different channels to where they come out of the mountains and we can see them. The total fall of the water is almost 600 meters,with the middle one meassuring 305 meters as one of the biggest freefalling waterfalls in Europe.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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