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Harrachov, Mumlava river, Mumlava Fall

Mumlave Falls Waterfall: Czech Republic, Harrachov, Mumlava river, Mumalav Fall.

What's it like

A 10 meter high waterfall, WW V. The best line is in the middle. Don't run it on the right, it's dangerous (a friend of mine broke his leg there). Some other slides are available as well on the same strech of the river (see the video below).

Mumlave Falls

The best time for running the fall is in spring during the snow melt.

How to get there

Go to Harrachov and close to the last bridge over the Mumlava you'll see the mining museum. Park your car there and walk upstream (about 800 meters).

More info

Footage

www.czdrc.com (the actual waterfall is at the end of the video).

Info sources

Petr Snížek

Nearest weather station (°C):

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