Mumlavský Waterfall

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Harrachov, 512 46

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The Mumlavský Waterfall is situated about 2 km from Harrachov. It is a popular destination for tourists who visit this area.

It is some 10 metres high, hence it is not the highest one. However, it is very rich in water. It is known for giant bowls and pots that had been eroded by the wild stream of the Mumlava River. There are several pools in the granite rock that are metres deep, called Čertova Oka (Devil's Eyes).

Access: The waterfall is accessible from the forest road marked from the bus station in Harrachov.

Locality: 2 km to the east from Harrachov, on the Mumlava River.

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