This valley in the Swiss Alps is home to 72 waterfalls including one of the highest free-falling waterfalls in Europe, the Staubbach
There are 72 waterfalls in the Lauterbrunnen Valley, the most famous being the Staubbach
Some of them have inspired poets (see Staubbach
Falls opposite); others have attracted visitors in their hordes, since their marketing potential was recognised and commercialised from the late 19th century.
On Christmas Day Inghams offers a snow-shoe tour to the illuminated Staubbach
Waterfalls in Grindelwald (PS12pp).
In a pocket of the Bernese Oberland the valley of waterfalls lies flanked by two walls of solid rock Lauterbrunnen Valley is one of Switzerand's biggest nature conservation areas, with a staggering 72 water displays secluded mountain inns and lush alpine meadows Plunging 300 metres from an overhanging rock face the Staubbach
Falls are amongst Europes highest free-falling waterfalls.
A TRADITIONAL chalet in Lauterbrunnen Valley, regarded as one of the most spectacular glacial valleys in Europe with the 300m-high Staubbach