Triberg Falls are Germany’s highest waterfalls and quite spectacular. The waters of the Gutach plunge over 160 m in seven cascades into the valley below. The dense ravine forest, with its varied moss and fern flora, are canopied by silver firs and spruces of up to 50 m in height. Granite rock formations, crags and rambling streams contribute to the spectacular scenery at the waterfalls, the preferred habitat of the delightful squirrels. Triberg is in the heart of the Black Forest and one of its most renowned tourist attractions. It is famous for its woodcarving, cuckoo clocks and the Black Forest Railway. The railway has 37 tunnels and is said to be one of the most beautiful mountain railways in Europe.