Pancava Waterfall - Filip Šubrt Photo

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Pancava Waterfall

Pančava waterfall is, with a total height of 145 meters, the highest waterfall in the Czech republic.

Pančavská Meadows to Elbe Valley where it joins the Elbe River. It is a typical waterfall formed on the side wall of glacial valleys. Pančava waterfall is composed of several cascades (36, 40, 23 and 20 meters) and has quite a complicated profile. The overall slope of the waterfall is 45°.

Information:
Height: 145 m Flow: 35 l per second Overall slope: 45 ° Flow: Elbe river Altitude: 1155 – 1300 meters above the sea level