Wednesday, June 3, 2009

::: Oltschibach waterfall :::

Oltschibachfall plunges about 300 meters down the valley wall. The main plunge of the falls is thought to be in the vicinity of 200 meters itself. Despite what it may look like, the lower part of the falls does drop over bedrock for the most part, though in a few places, it looks like there is some talus. This waterfall is located near village ofUnterbach in Bernese Oberland, Switzerland. Being mountain area in the reagion are more than 70 mostly glacier waterfalls. Most of them in the near by vally of Lauterbrunnen.

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