The Unterzulzbachfall (Sulzbachfall) is an amazing waterfall at Sulzau in the region Salzburg, Austria.
From Sulzau take the turn to Untersulzbach until you have reached the end of the road. From there on it is a short walk to a good viewpoint (left of the fall). It is also possible to make a roundtrip in a beautiful surrounding in appr. 50 min.
The river Untersulzbach drops down in a single drop over 50 meters but is in total 110 meters high. In summertime the Unterzulzbachfall is an amazing powerful waterfall and one of the better waterfalls in Austria.
The origin of the Unterzulzbachfall lies at one the highest mountains in Austria, the Grosvenediger (3.657 meters) and is part of the National park Hohe Tauern. The Grosvediger is surrounded by several small glaciers which feeds the Untersulzbach. Best time to visit the Unterzulzbachfall (Sulzbachfall) is in summertime.
West of the Unterzulzbachfall (Sulzbachfall) you will find the biggest and most beautiful waterfall in Austria, the Krimmler wasserfälle. Also west of the Unterzulzbachfall (Sulzbachfall) there is a valley with three gorgeous waterfalls, the Obersulbachtal. Here you will find one of the highest waterfall in Austria, Seebachfall and two other nice waterfalls: Foissbachfall and Gamseckfall.