From the valley floor of Alp Merlen, the view opens up to the Gsponbach Falls, which plunges into the valley from the right side. The 75-meter-high fall impresses not only by its mere height, but also by its wild way in which it plunges into the valley. From Murg train station you can reach the fall in a good 3 hours on foot. Alternatively, you can take the car or the Murg Valley taxi to Merlen, or Mornen. Tip: For nature lovers, it is almost a must to combine a visit to the Gsponbach Falls with the Murgsee round trip. Just behind the Gsponbach Falls, a picture-book plateau opens up to the visitor, where the wild Gsponbach still murmurs unhindered through the landscape. About two hours later, on the Murgsee-Furggel, you can see the upper two Murg lakes before passing the lower Murgsee with a protected Swiss stone pine reserve on the way back. More nature and water experience is not possible!
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