The Feldberg is the highest mountain in the Black Forest
and the centre of the Hochschwarzwald winter sports region
with approx. 30 km of pistes.
At 1,450 metres, you will find everything your alpine heart desires.
Skiing is usually possible on over 100 days. Enjoy the joys of winter – skiing and snowboarding in the Feldberg ski area, walking and hiking or tobogganing.
In summer, the Feldberg is particularly popular with hikers, bikers, nature lovers and those seeking relaxation.
To get to the summit, you can take the Feldberg cable car or hike. Once at the top, a visit to the Feldberg tower is well worthwhile. From the viewing platform on the 11th floor, you can enjoy the unique panorama of the southern Black Forest and the Alps.
Enjoy a wellness break from everyday life and experience moments in your paradise under palm trees. 12 individually themed saunas,
33 °C warm lagoons and tropical temperatures give you soothing warmth and relaxation.
The climatic health resort of Schluchsee is located on the lake of the same name in the middle of the Black Forest between 930 and 1,300 metres above sea level.
The largest lake in the Black Forest is also the water sports centre in the Black Forest.
Hike up to the breathtaking peaks and dive into the fascinating gorges of the Upper Black Forest.
Discover the fascinating nature of the Black Forest on various hiking trails.
Dense forests, lots of lakes and waterfalls and plenty of variety – that’s what awaits cyclists in the Upper Black Forest.
Where mountainous passages are followed by fast descents, muscle power and stamina are required. Those who prefer a more leisurely ride can opt for an e-bike or flat routes, such as the circular cycle tours around Schluchsee or Titisee.
Upper Black Forest holiday region
In addition to impressive natural landscapes, the Upper Black Forest holiday region offers many diverse places with typical Black Forest specialities and traditions.
Throughout the year, you will find a wide range of activities for every season in the Upper Black Forest. In summer, you can experience impressive views over deep valleys and dense forests while hiking, cycling or mountain biking. In winter, the Upper Black Forest offers downhill fun in ski areas as well as groomed cross-country ski trails, deep snow trails and much more.