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Roethbachfall
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Der Röthbachfall ist ein Wasserfall in der Röth im Berchtesgadener Land in Bayern. Der Röthbach stürzt im Talschluss südlich des Obersees über die Röthwand in zwei Hauptstufen beinahe senkrecht nach unten. Die Höhe wird im allgemeinen mit ca. 470 Meter angegeben und bezieht damit, wie auch sonst oft gehandhabt, den nachfolgenden Sturzbachabschnitt mit ein.

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