Almbachklamm sulzer wasserfall

Der Sulzbach in Untersberg mündet mit seinem Wasserfall an dieser Stelle in den Almbach.  Mit 114 m Fallhöhe ist er der elfthöchste Wasserfall Deutschlands. Der Wasserfall entstand durch rückschreitende Erosion des Almbaches in den Ramsau-Dolomit an der Südflanke des Untersberges. Er stürzt in insgesamt fünf Kaskaden in die Almbachklamm. Die 2,5 km lange Almbachklamm gehört mit ihren Wasserstürzen zu den schönsten und wenigen noch erhaltenen wildromantischen Schluchten in den Bayerischen Alpen. Der Besuch der Almbachklamm ist ein besonderes Naturerlebnis.

Copyright: T. Emrich
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11036x5518
Taken: 07/08/2011
Uploaded: 07/08/2011
Updated: 17/07/2014


Tags: sulzbach; wasserfall; almbach; almbachklamm; marktschellenberg; untersberg; berchtesgaden; alpen; schlucht; mühle; steinmühle
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