Lauterbrunnen is nestled in a lush valley between
the Jungfrau and the Schilthorn, in the heart of
the Swiss Alps.  Our little B&B was almost directly
under 1,000 ft. high Staubach Falls on the right. 
At the base of Staubach Falls, up close and personal.
  The springtime flow was drenching,
but in the summer the little droplets almost
evaporate before they hit the ground.  In German,
“staub” means dust.

Trummelbach is a series of ten glacier fed
waterfalls tucked inside a mountain.
Ice cold glacier melt from Trummelbach Falls,
just outside Lauterbrunnen. 
The ten falls together carry up to 20,000 liters of
water per second – the largest subterranean falls
in Europe.  This is one of the only outside glimpses.
The roar of the falls as you enter the cavern walkway
is deafening.  Slippery walkways and steps
wind through six levels of viewing platforms.