The Feldberg mountain, 1493m above sea level
Photo: The Feldberg cableway
Photo: The Feldberg summit with television tower and weather station
Information in brief
- The highest mountain in the Black Forest
- Location: in the southern Black Forest, 25 km south-east of Freiburg
- The Feldberg Cableway runs almost to the summit
- Centre of the biggest skiing area in the Black Forest
A cableway runs from the car park at the Haus der Natur (House of Nature) to the Seebuck foothill. Incidentally, the cableway is operated as a 6-seater chair lift in winter. The actual summit of the Feldberg is reached from the upper terminus via a 2km footpath. There are several sign-posted hiking trails leading round the summit area with a walking time of between 30 minutes and 3 hours, from which you can enjoy the beauty of the landscape in its entirety and the magnificent views in every imaginable direction.
Ascend the Feldberg Tower and you can let your eyes wander even further into the countryside. However, you have a lovely uninterrupted view even without ascending the tower because there are no trees in the summit area.
Towns and villages in the area
Photo: The Feldberg area is centre of the biggest skiing area in the Black Forest