The Radau wasserfall or Radaufall is a small waterfall south of Braunschweig, near Bad Harzburg in the region Niedersachen, Germany. The Radau wasserfall is located in the Harz, a small mountain chain south of Braunschweig, Germany.
I was in the Harz, beginning of May 2018 and the volume of all waterfalls in the Harz weren’t very spectacular. Nevertheless I liked the shape of the waterfall very much. The Radau wasserfall is quite photogenic and you can take pictures from several viewing angles.
The Radau wasserfall is an artificial waterfall at the end of a manmade canal. Here the canal plunges down over a rock wall over 23 meter before it ends in the river Radau.
There are several other nice waterfall in the Harz. I liked the Königshütter Wasserfall very much. Not because of its power but because of the atmosphere and the picnic facilities.
Highest waterfall in the Harz is the Romkerhaller wasserfall with a height of 50-64 meter and is located near Bad Harzburg.