The cycle of natural wonders in Austria is undending and Krimml Falls is one of them. Huge number of tourists come to Krimml Falls every year to enjoy the summers. Situated at the north-western margin of the Hohe Tauern, near the Tyrolian border in the area of Krimml, it is the longest water fall in Europe. Not only in summers but in winters too Krimml Falls summon hordes of visitors.
Nearby village of Krimml is a popular holiday resort, and in winter season
the place presents excellent skiing. Considered one of the best tourist
places to explore the winter pleasure of European land, Krimml Falls offer
marvellous natural beauty to make the visitors speechless with its
enthralling water flow.
Krimml Falls is a Austrian tourist spot which can be best explored on foot.
Visit to Krimml Falls commences from the Krimml village located high above
the Salzachtal in the wooded valley of the Krimml. There is an half an hour
walk to the first view point from the southern end of the village
overlooking the Lower Falls; from there it is 10 minutes' walk to the second
view point, the Regenkanzel, and another five minutes to the third. The path
then leads up by way of the fourth and fifth viewpoints (the Riemannkanzel)
to the Middle Falls (sixth and seventh viewpoints), and in another
20minutes, passing the Schönangerl (1,285m/4,216ft), comes to the
Bergerblick, with the finest view of the falls; total time one and a half
This triple level fall lies to the south of the Gerlos pass, which connects
the Ziller valley in Tirol with the Salzach valley in Salzburg. The Falls'
combined height is 380m.