The water of the Klidinger Bach falls around 28 metres at the Klidinger Waterfall, the highest waterfall in the Eifel. Getting there requires surefootedness: the paths are narrow and wind tightly towards the waterfall. Once you have arrived, however, you will marvel at an impressive natural spectacle when the water plunges several metres into the depths, especially in the watery seasons. Ivy covers the rocks around the waterfall and gives it something fairytale-like. In winter, the waterfall is particularly fascinating, because then bone-chillingly cold temperatures shape the water into wondrous formations of ice.