Waterfall Heidiland

Wasserfälle Walabütz

Worth seeing, large waterfalls Walabütz


In the Walabütz basin, an information point informs about the surrounding waterfalls. From the Scheubser Hinteralp, the Scheubsbach literally flies over the "Isengrind" wall into the Walabütz. Depending on the wind direction and strength, the water of the Isengrindfall falls into a channel to the north or south in order to flow off to the Seez. At 230 meters, the Isengrindfall is one of the highest waterfalls in Europe and is only 60 meters "smaller" than the famous Staubbachfall near Lauterbrunnen. Also worth seeing are the two Mattbach Falls, which have a height of 75 and 65 meters respectively. As in Batöni, the sarganserland AG power plants collect the water below the waterfalls and channel it into tunnels into the adjacent Calfeisental in order to feed the Gigerwald reservoir.


Responsible for this content Heidiland Tourism Ltd..
This content has been translated automatically.

Outdooractive Logo

This website uses technology and content from the Outdooractive platform.