Mumlava Waterfall
Mumlava Waterfall
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Mumlava waterfall is to be found near the recreation center Harrachov, on the river Mumlava. It belongs among the most popular touristic places in western part of the National park. It belongs among the most popular touristic places in western part of the National Park. Mumlava waterfall is created by stepped granite blocks in the Mumlava mountain stream, up to 10 m high. Mumlava waterfall is created by Stepped granite blocks in the Mumlava mountain stream, up to 10 m high. Underneath the waterfall unique erosion phenomena - the Giant pots - can bee seen. Underneath the unique waterfall erosion phenomena - the Giant pots - can bee seen. In a walking distance from Mumlava waterfall there is „Mumlavská bouda“ (786m) which used to be a gamekeeper´s lodge but nowadays it offers a unique family like cozy restaurant with only two tables by a fireplace therefore the capacity is limited. In a walking distance from Mumlava waterfall
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marieP8247ZN
Brno, Czech Republic47 contributions
The walking is easy, although it might be more difficult with a stroller. If you do not have a lot of time there is a car park near the falls. It is even possible to go on a tourist 'train'.
Written July 20, 2020
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marekp59
Gdansk, Poland1,810 contributions
This waterfall is worth seeing if you are in Harrachov. Good and easy access via the path and finally ... mumbling water {Mumlava Waterfall}
Written March 22, 2020
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Mr_Milez
Warwick, UK22 contributions
Family
We enjoyed a wonderful walk through the snow covered woods to the falls, great photo opportunities and lovely surroundings.
Written February 16, 2020
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Asiyah Noemi K
Pula, Croatia4,675 contributions
This place is unique natural beauty. Mumlava waterfall is one of the best spots to visit in the whole Krkonose National Park. We visited this corner of beautiful nature during October, there was no snow or ice yet and we thoroughly enjoyed the green of the forest and the turquoise color of the Mumlava River. We were surprised by the beauty of the waterfall and the cascades. We experienced complete relaxation with the murmur of water and the singing of birds.
Written November 15, 2019
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Roman Ž
20 contributions
Couples
Very calm place. Few smaller waterfalls and in the end the largest. There is restaurant also. Before the waterfalls is Mining Museum.
Written September 13, 2019
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Dov nudel
7 contributions
Family
Very peaceful and short trail.
Most of the trail is suitable for strollers, you can leave it 20 m next to the waterfall
Written August 25, 2019
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RobertoGV1987
Liberec, Czech Republic10 contributions
Family
It was really nice trip! We absolutelly recommend it ;-)
Just point out one thing: if you go with baby stroller (as it was our case) or you cannot walk properly, take care that you take the best way. In our case (and our mistake) we did not take the best way and it was not easy to get there.
Written July 8, 2019
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MarcinWrocPL
Wroclaw, Poland318 contributions
Family
Just 20min walk from Harrachov center. Nice small waterfall, possible to picnick close to, even with waliking and swimming (water temperature abour 5-8 C.
2 forrest bars/restaurants just close to (food and drinks)
Written June 27, 2019
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Ori F
187 contributions
The area is nice. The falls are cold. Falling of snow of the mountains. The way is really hot in the summer. In the night the area is cold but it is dark.
Written May 7, 2019
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Dmitry T
Minsk, Belarus213 contributions
Family
Nice easy walk from the center of Harrachow with my wife and kids, Lots of picturesque forest paths forced to think about going there on summer time, and by bicycle (too step for nordic ski, too snowy by foot). Install maps.cz app to navigate!
Written January 4, 2019
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