The Allerheiligen (All Saints) Waterfalls are the biggest natural waterfalls in the northern Black Forest and are located at approx. 530 m above sea level. The Grindenbach (which forms the upper reaches of the Lierbach), descends here underneath the Allerheiligen monastery through a steep-walled porphyry gorge into the depths below – over seven stages and a height of 66 metres in total. This short film will give you an impression of some places along the Lierbach river and these rushing waterfalls.
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