As a part of the Simme, the Simmen Falls flow into the valley floor of the Lenk. They enchant observers with their mighty swooshing and thundering as they crash down.
Anyone who scales the Rezliberg will sooner or later reach Siebenbrünnen, the source of the Simme and of the Simmen Falls. A closer look reveals the crevice from which the water flows, transporting up to 2,800 litres per second in summer. It is no wonder that this place is a popular place of power: perfectly suitable for resting and recharging one’s own energy reserves.
The best option for those wanting to get to know the surrounding area is to hike from the Simmen Falls to the Siebenbrünnen. With sufficient stamina, one can extend the tour to the Iffigenalp. The trail is lined by numerous attractions. The route runs over the Barbara Bridge, through the woods, and onto the Langermatte. Interested visitors can here find out about the saga “Wyberschlacht auf der Langermatte”.
At Iffigenalp, visitors have the option to follow a trail to another waterfall, the Iffig Fall situated in the Gelten-Iffigen nature reserve. Here the water plummets over a hundred metres in several cascades – an impressive demonstration of nature's force.