Todtnau waterfall
Todtnau waterfall

Waterfall climb in Todtnau

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The waterfall trail refreshes hikers and offers children lots of interesting things to play and splash about!

The certified and excellent trail has been connecting many attractions in the Black Forest since 2010. From the Feldbergpass at the "Wiese" spring over the Hebelweg down to the Fahler waterfall, the path leads in the Wiesental past the places Fahl and Brandenberg, passes through the Wolfsschlucht at Todtnauer Stadtgarten, winds up again to the Todtnau waterfall and ends after around 10 km (depending on the variant) in Todtnauberg. The Wasserfallsteig is accompanied by two bus lines that guests can use for free and allow the route to be as individual as possible.

After a snack in the local restaurant, you can continue on foot or by bus.

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