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Feldberg ski area

The Feldberg ski area in the Black Forest: The large lift network for skiers

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Number of ski lifts: 28
Of slopes: 50 km
Floodlight: No

The Ski area on Feldberg in the Upper Black Forest is a varied ski area for winter sports lovers. From long, effortless runs for beginners to the challenging World Cup course for professionals, the ski area offers an impressive variety of options. The lift network Feldberg attracts with over 50 kilometers of slopes and 28 lifts that can be accessed with a single ski ticket. The lift network also included the ski areas in Altglashütten, Bernau, Muggenbrunn and Todtnauberg. 

14 lifts and 16 slopes for all levels of difficulty!

The heart of the lift network is the lifts on the Feldberg and consists of 14 lifts and 16 runs in all levels of difficulty. The Feldberg is divided into three areas Seebuck, Grafenmatt and the lifts in Fahl. 

At the Seebuck

The Seebuck (1.449 m) is the highest point in the ski area and offers two chair lifts (6 and 2) and two button lifts for beginners. Wide slopes await skiers on the Seebuck.

Grafenmatt

The area is located directly on the Feldberg Pass and has a modern chairlift that connects this area with the Seebuck. Three drag lifts and a button lift take skiers back up. Beginners and advanced skiers are in good hands here. 

Faint for experts

The slopes of Grafenmatt are connected to the Todtnau-Fahl area. The experts get their money's worth in Fahl, where skiers can look forward to a World Cup route that is tough and the Fahler Loch where good skiers can let off steam. Winter sports enthusiasts are transported up the mountain with a 4-seater chairlift, a 2-seater chairlift and three drag lifts.

The Feldberg is a paradise for skiers of all levels. Whether beginner, advanced or expert, every winter sports enthusiast will find exactly what they are looking for here. Countless runs and pistes of all levels of difficulty enable unforgettable skiing fun.

The gastronomic offer in the Feldberg ski area

In the restaurants in Seebuck and Grafenmatt you can enjoy local delicacies such as fish dishes, meat dishes and vegetable dishes, but Italian specialties such as pizza, pasta and various fish and meat dishes are also offered here. For burger fans, there is also a large selection of different burger variations at Grafenmatt.

So if you're looking for a gastronomic experience, then Seebuck and Grafenmatt are for you. 

Lifts and capacity

The Feldberg lift network scores points with its state-of-the-art technology. The chairlifts, including two 6-person, one 4-person and one double chairlift, as well as 11 tugs, can transport over 24.000 people per hour. This means that waiting times are hardly an issue and you can spend more time on the slopes.

Ski areas in the surrounding towns

But it's not just the Feldberg itself that attracts winter sports enthusiasts. In the districts of Altglashütten, Falkau, hind tenders, Menzenschwand, Stollenbach, Hofsgrund, Todtnauberg, Bernau and Muggenbrunn also has family-friendly lifts Disposal. This expands the offering and offers more variety, especially for families and groups with different abilities and preferences.

Guaranteed snow on the Feldberg

The Feldberg ski area offers a high level of snow security. A snow-covered area of ​​5 kilometers in length ensures the descents into the valley. Even in winters with little snow, you can ski here winter landscape of Enjoy the Black Forest.

Hinterwalda trip to Todtnau

The Todtnauer Hinterwald descent is the longest descent in the Black Forest, with the starting point at Grafenmatt-Höchst. The descent is not an official piste and is at your own risk. There are various sections with steep passages and flat slides. For more information we have a separate page Todtnauer Hinterwald run created.

Long-distance skiing trail between Schonach and Belchen

The Long-distance skiing trail between Schonach and Belchen offers a winter experience with 100km of varied landscape. The route is only marked in one direction and should only be attempted by experienced runners. There are places to stop for refreshments, but accommodation can be fully booked at Christmas and Carnival.

Weather and webcams in the Feldberg ski area 

Luckily, winter sports enthusiasts can do one in Kachelmann weather detailed weather forecast for the Feldberg / Black Forest recall. There are also several webcams that can be seen at various locations in the ski area. This Feldberg webcams allow you to check the weather in different places of the ski resort and check whether the slopes are clear.

Arrival in the Feldberg ski area

You can travel comfortably by car or via bus and train Todtnau or Titisee.

Are parking spaces available?

Paid parking spaces are available in Fahl, Grafenmatt or on the Seebuck. The parking garage for 1200 vehicles can also be used on Seebuck. Please note that parking along the federal highway or at bus stops is not permitted!

How to get there by bus & train

Buses run on line 7300 over the Feldberg and stop at Seebuck (stop: Feldberghof), Grafenmatt (stop: Hebelhof) and also in Fahl (stop: Todtnau-Fahl). Further information at https://www.efa-bw.de/

The area in a nutshell

  • 50 kilometers of slopes and 28 ski lifts accessible with a single ski pass
  • 14 lifts and 16 ski slopes for all levels of difficulty throughout the ski area
  • Seebuck (1.449 m) with 2 chair lifts and 2 button lifts for beginners
  • Grafenmatt with a modern chairlift, 3 drag lifts and 1 button lift
  • Faint for experts with 4-seater chairlift, 2-seater chairlift and 3 drag lifts
  • Feldberg ski area offers family-friendly lifts
  • High snow reliability with 5 kilometers of snow-covered ski slopes
  • Highest ski resort in the Black Forest
  • Arrival via Todtnau or Titisee
  • Unique lift network for skiers in the Upper Black Forest

Questions about the ski area

Where can I stay for the night?

There are of course a lot of accommodations, here is a small list:
Hotels in the region
Holiday apartments on Feldberg
Guesthouses in the region
Wellness hotels on Feldberg

How many kilometers of slopes are there?

34 km of slopes await you in the ski area

How many lifts are open on Feldberg?

You can get a detailed snow report on the official website (https://www.feldberg-erlebnis.de/schneebericht) of the Feldberg lift network

Where can I see the current weather?

On the “Webcams at Feldberg in the Black Forest” page you can see all webcams in the ski area at a glance: https://www.schwarzwaldportal.com/feldberg-webcam.html

Conclusion

The ski area on Feldberg in the High Black Forest offers everything your alpine heart desires. From the variety of slopes to the most modern lift systems to the high level of snow reliability – winter sports enthusiasts from near and far will get their money's worth here. Whether professional or beginner, family or individual athlete, the Feldberg offers the right offer for everyone. A visit to this ski area is an unforgettable experience that will leave you wanting more.

Image courtesy of Stefan Asal - Datacreate Asal