Triberg im Schwarzwald is a town located in the Schwarzwald-Baar district, directly on the Black Forest railway line. Although these waterfalls are shorter than Röthbachfall but Tiberg Waterfalls, they are much more accessible.
This town is famous for having the highest waterfalls in Germany. The Triberg waterfalls in the Gutach River have a vertical drop of nearly 151 meters.
Besides the waterfalls, there are many other attractive sites in the town such as the Black Forest Museum (Schwarzwaldmuseum), which will give you a better understanding of the Black Forest area and its customs; the pilgrimage church Maria in der tann; and the world’s largest Cuckoo clock.