Schleierfall (Felbertauern)

(Keespolachseefall)

The Keepollachseefall or Schleierfall is a nice and unknown waterfall near Felbertauern (Matrei in Osttirol) in the region Tirol/Austria. In Felbertauern park the car at the Matreier Tauernhaus. From here you can walk/bike into a beautiful valley with several waterfalls.

The second waterfall on the right is the Schleierfall where melting water feds the Keespollachsee and flows over creating the Schleierfall. We were there in may years ago which was maybe to early. Later on in may or june should be the wright time to visit the valley. Possibly after heavy rainfall  the Schleierfall is more voluminous.

At the beginning of the valley two rivers join each other and form a nice twinfall: Dichtenbachfall and Tauernbachfall.

Nevertheless we enjoyed the walk into the valley to all the waterfalls.

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About Schleierfall (Felbertauern)

CountryAustria
RegionOsttirol
LocationInnergschlöss
RiverKeespollachsee
Height60m
Latitude47.13477
Longitude12.46595
Best visitJune-July
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