The Fluhbachfall or Flueseelifall is the tallest waterfall near Lenk and is over 150 meter high. The Fluhbachfall (Flueseelifall) is easy to reach from Oberried (Lenk) in the region Berner Oberland, Switzerland.
From Zweisimmen drive to Lenk and further to Oberried, the end of the valley. Park the car somewhere near the restaurant (the big parking is only for customers). From here walk to the base of the Simmenfälle. There is a path ascending to the upper part of the Simmenfälle. From there you can walk towards Siebenbrunnen. Soon you will see a majestic powerful waterfall thundering down over 150 meter, the Fluhbachfall (Flueseelifall).
The Fluhbachfall (Flueseelifall) is being fed with melted snow and ice that ended in a small lake at an altitude of 2.045 meter, Flueseeli. Up at the waterfall there is still a glacier feeding the lake called Rezligletscher/Glacier de la Plaine Morte at an altitude of 2.700 meter.
Especially early summer with warm weather the Fluhbachfall (Flueseelifall) is a powerful and impressive waterfall.
Lenk is a nice region with several other waterfalls nearby like the enormous Iffigfall (Iffigbach wasserfall) with a single drop of 70 meter. Lenk is also a very cosy village with a nice atmosphere, a good place to stay.