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Muerrenbachfall
Switzerland

Panorama at the bottom of the Mürrenbachfall falls in the Berner Oberland, Switzerland.  At a height of 417m, the Murrenbachfall is the highest in Switzerland according to some criteria.  The nearby Staubbachfall is considered the heighest free fralling waterfall in Wwitzerland with a height of 297 meters.

The waterfall is close to the base station of the cable care going up to Mürren in Stechelberg, which you can see at the bottom of  the valey next to the parking lot. 

The area is also very popular with paragliders and if you look closely, you can see several paragliders in the sky at the time of the photo was taken.

Copyright: Johan offermans & karl overholt
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Uploaded: 17/02/2013
Updated: 11/07/2014
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Tags: waterfall; switzerland; fall; falls; mountains; interlaken; murren; alps; alpine; river; stream; mürrenbachfall; muerrenbachfall
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