Trummelbach Falls

The largest subterranean glacial falls in Europe, Trummelbach Falls are an impressive show of the power of nature. There are ten falls connected by a network of stone steps, but a lift is also available to take guests up to the sixth waterfall. From there, we recommend climbing to the tenth and working your way down, following the sound of thundering water to reach each subsequent waterfall raging through the stone. This is a must for anyone day-tripping to Lauterbrunnen and is a great activity for those seeking respite from the heat in the summer or for a rainy day (the falls are mostly underground). The experience takes between 45 minutes and an hour and a half, depending on whether you take the lift and how long you linger at each waterfall.

Written by Abby Sandman

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