The natural spectacle of the Trümmelbach Falls is awarded three out of three stars by the ViaMichelin Green Guide. And no wonder, with figures like these behind the impressive power: 20,000 litres of water per second, a catchment area of 23 square kilometres and 20,200 tons of boulders and scree per year. What’s more, with ten glacial waterfalls inside the mountain, the Trümmelbach Falls are unique in Europe. After touring the ten steps, visitors end the day in the souvenir shop or restaurant. It’s worth visiting the falls more than once: the waters roar down in summer, but in winter they freeze almost to a standstill.