A small natural spectacle in Jasmund National Park.
Jasmund National Park with its large forest area, the Stubnitz, has numerous small lakes and streams. One of the most famous streams here is the Kieler Bach. Its name comes from the hilly wedge that the Kieler Bach together with the Brisnitzer Bach have formed over centuries. You can see the mouth of the Kieler Bach during a walk along the steep coast. At the Kieler Ufer it jumps from the high bank in a waterfall about 4 meters high onto the flint beach.