Todtnau in the southern Black Forest
Todtnau in the southern Black Forest




Location: Todtnau

Todtnau is located in the heart of the southern Black Forest at an altitude of 560m to 1490m between Feldberg and Ballon. The main town is at the end of the Wiesental at 660m, where Todtnau's landmark towers over the beautiful market square - the Catholic Church of St. Johannes Baptist. The market square with its restaurants and ice cream parlor invites you to linger on warm summer evenings and during the day there is a lot of activity in the shops.

Active Todtnau invites mountain bikers, hikers and motorcyclists.

In Todtnau you have many opportunities to discover the Black Forest, you can cycle the most beautiful Black Forest peaks on your mountain bike or you will get your money's worth in Germany's first bike park.

An almost unlimited network of trails is available to hikers, take the bus to the Notschrei, Feldberg or Belchen and hike there or explore one of the two with the “little ones” Children's hiking trails in Todtnau and Todtnauberg.

One curve follows the next, a dream for many motorcyclists. Numerous interesting motorcycle tours start from Todtnau.

Winter fun on alpine or cross-country skis

Todtnau has a total of 5 different options for alpine skiing, Aftersteg, Muggenbrunn, Todtnauberg, Herrenschwand and the main ski area on the Feldberg.

Cross-country fans will get their money's worth on the Notschrei, the three trails Haldenspur (3,5 km), the Stübenwasenspur (19,6 km) and the Schauinslandspur (17,2) have something to offer for every level of ability.

Sights and experiences in Todtnau

There is a lot to see and experience in Todtnau, the most spectacular all-weather toboggan run in Germany on the Hasenhorn, the observation tower on the Hasenhorn, the children's hiking trail in Todtnauberg and on the Hasenhorn, in the district of Muggenbrunn a barefoot path, 97m high, the highest natural waterfall in Germany. 


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