info about ski region
Lift union Feldberg
Highest point: 1,493 m
Lowest point: 850 m
Lifts in total: 38
Tow lifts: 32
Chair lifts: 5
Gondola lift: 1
Pistes in total: 63 km
21 km
31 km
11 km
Ski routes: 17 km

Cheap ski holidays Black Forest - icon for fairy-tale holidays in Germany!

Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte (Black Forest cherry cake), Cuckoo clocks and the "Bollenhut" (traditional women's hat) - all this is typical for the Black Forest region and enjoys world-wide recognition. 160 km long and approx. 60 km wide is the expanse of this central German mountain range, covering 11,400 m² in close proximity to Switzerland and France. The Black Forest, with its more than 70 peaks over 1,000 m altitude, is the highest of the German central mountain ranges. Sporty Alpine skiers, expectant cross-country goers, loves of good wine and cuisine and all those looking for some relaxation and pampering, are welcome to experience the benefits of the Black Forest.


On the outskirts of the southern Black Forest, approx. 30 km south of Freiburg, lies the spa resort Badenweiler. The small resort has approx. 4,000 inhabitants and is located in the three-country corner of Germany-Switzerland-France, and so provides for the perfect place to explore the surrounding area, and also offers magnificent views of the Rhine valley, right over into the Vosges. The popular spa resort offers double the pleasure in winter: …
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Bernau im Schwarzwald

Located to the south-east of the Feldberg, the vast high-altitude valley of Bernau, situated between 855 and 1,415 m altitude, enfolds in front of one. Right in the heart of the valley, at approx. 900 m altitude, lies the municipal of Bernau, with its ten smaller resorts and villages. This is a place of pure idyll: the picturesque landscape is composed of the little villages dotted here and there, separated by the snowy fields and forests, …
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Where the Black Forest presents itself at its best, lies the famous spa resort Freudenstadt. This quaint town in the south-western part of the Baden-Württemberg is especially know for it's magnificent market place, the largest in entire Germany. The vast arcade walkways with the pretty archways running all around the square, are ideal for going on a shopping stroll, even when the weather is not so nice. Freudenstadt is embedded perfectly into …
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A winter paradise worth visiting, called Hinterzarten, can be found at 900 m altitude, in the area of the Hochschwarzwald. The resort is especially known for the locally born ski jumper Dieter Thoma, or also Sven Hannawald, who lived here for some time. Hinterzarten impresses visitors with its picturesque panorama. The town itself is characterised by the pretty church building and the typical Black Forest style houses. The renowned …
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Nestled in the rolling hills of the Black Forest Nature Park lies the tranquil Oberharmersbach in a side valley of the Kinzig. The holiday resort is a much-visited recreational area with idyllic surroundings in both summer and winter. Traditional buildings such as thatched Black Forest farmhouses, farm gardens and magnificent churches characterise the village and Black Forest customs are lived out here with festivals and traditions. Not far from …
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