At 534 m (1,752 ft) high, South of the castle ruins of the Nideck and at the top of a volcanic rock formation, runs a river. With its 25 m (82 ft) drop, its waterfall functions within a well-preserved natural environment. The locale itself is a very distinctive place, thanks to its wild sylvan atmosphere and tales of giants living in the Nideck Castles nearby.
It is really pleasant to walk there in summer, enjoying the refreshing atmosphere under the trees' shade. Has to be visited in winter because of its romantic atmosphere due to the water trapped in the ice.
Access: RD218, hiking path in front of the "Maison forestière du Nideck"