The path to Klidinger Waterfall takes you through unspoilt natural scenery. In the winter especially when the temperature drops below zero, there is a fascinating spectacle of nature as the waterfall is replaced by thick chunks of ice and bizarre icicles.
And the waterfall is no less impressive in spring, when the snow melts and the streams are bursting with water. Surrounded by ivy-clad cliffs, it presents a constantly changing sight. Sharp-eyed visitors will spot Hart's-tongue Fern and various other ferns, along with mosses and fungi.