In Mumlavský důl near Harrachov, the recreational mountain resort in Krkonoše Mountains, the currents of the wild Mumlava River flow over some rocky steps. It is right here that you can admire the nearly 8 meter high Mumlavský Waterfall. It is not as famous as the 35 meter high Labský Waterfall or the Pančavský Waterfall, which at 148 meters is the highest waterfall in the Czech Republic, but there is a very comfortable trail that leads to it from Harrachov and it can be used in any weather. Moreover, you will see giant pots, also known as Devil’s Eyes, which were carved out of the rock by the flowing water directly under the waterfall.
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