Trummelbach Falls

The Trummelbach Falls (In German: Trümmelbachfälle) in Switzerland are a series of ten glacier-waterfalls inside the mountain made accessible by tunnel-lift and illuminated. The Trummelbach alone drains the mighty glacier defiles of Eiger (3970 m), Mönch (4099 m) and Jungfrau (4158 m) and carries 20,200 tons of boulder detritus per year. Its drainage area is 24 km², half of it covered by snow and glaciers. The falls carry up to 20,000 litres of water per second.

The twenty closest neighbours in the database:

Schilthorn / Piz Gloria (6 km), Jungfraujoch (6 km), St. Beatus Caves (16 km), Thun (Switzerland) (30 km), Berne (Switzerland) (55 km), Lucerne (Switzerland) (61 km), Zug (Switzerland) (81 km), Neuchâtel (Switzerland) (88 km), Bellinzona (Switzerland) (94 km), Lausanne (Switzerland) (98 km), Liestal Fasnacht 2014 (101 km), Zurich (Switzerland) (101 km), Lugano (Switzerland) (102 km), Augusta Raurica (108 km), Basel (Switzerland) (113 km), Fortress Museum Crestawald (118 km), Via Mala (118 km), Como (Italy) (123 km), Chur (Switzerland) (127 km), St. Blasien (Germany) (133 km)

Take a birds-eye view of the current location:

Google Maps, OpenStreetMap, Bing Maps, Yahoo!Maps