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Impressive waterfalls, observation towers with panoramic views or another sight. You will certainly not get bored in the Black Forest.

Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach
The Burgbach waterfall lies below the Burgbach rock, from which the waterfall falls 15m in free fall. The waterfall has an entire height
Waldkirch
27 meters! Experience nature from an unusual perspective and meet the Black Forest at eye level. The treetop path consists of approx. 200
Herrenwies
The Schwarzenbach dam is located at a height of 668,5 meters between the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse and the Murgtal on the L 83 around 10 km from Forbach
Triberg
The climatic health resort of Triberg offers its visitors a very special kind of natural sensation: Germany's most beautiful non-alpine waterfalls. The Gutach River rushes in
Gersbach
Baroque entrenchments are entrenchments (earth fortifications) in the Black Forest that were built to defend against enemy invasions by France at the end of the 17th century. In Gersbach was
Munster Valley
Around the year 800 the first Benedictine monastery of St. Trudpert on the right bank of the Rhine was built in honor of St. Trudpert at his place of death. Almost a thousand years until
Mainau
The island of Mainau is a small island (45 ha) in the north-western part of Lake Constance, the Überlinger See. It is about one from the south bank
A fantastic panorama With an altitude of 1.284 meters, it is one of the highest mountains in the Black Forest. Located south of Freiburg im Breisgau, it offers a wonderful
Bad Teinach - Zavelstein
On the Krokusweg in Bad Teinach-Zavelstein, the crocus bloom can be experienced all year round. At seven stations and three showcases in the nature reserve “Zavelsteiner Krokuswiesen” visitors learn
Hornisgrinde
At 1164 meters, the Hornisgrinde is the highest mountain in the northern Black Forest. It is located in the north of the Ortenau district. Located on the summit of the Hornisgrinde
Oppenau
The “Allerheiligen waterfalls” are among the largest waterfalls in the Black Forest. The gorges, together with the monastery ruins, are a much-visited place, especially in summer. over
Schaffhausen
The Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Europe, offers the visitor a magnificent spectacle. Over a width of 150 m and a height of 23 m
Winches
The “Marian Shrine of Our Lady” pilgrimage church on the Hörnleberg in the Elz Valley is a popular place of pilgrimage. A coffered ceiling from 1890, a magnificent high altar
Wutach
The Wutach Gorge is an adventurous and impressive wild river valley in the Black Forest and is also known as the largest canyon in Germany. Romantic gorges and wild ones
Baiersbronn
On Boxing Day 1999, hurricane Lothar raged and left large parts of the Black Forest in a snow of devastation. On the Schwarzwaldhochstraße (B500) in
St. Blasien
After a fire in 1768, a new abbey church was built in the early classicist style. The dome is 46 meters in diameter and 63 meters high
Feldberg
At 1493 m, the Feldberg in the southern Black Forest is the highest mountain in the Black Forest and therefore in Baden-Württemberg. The Feldberg is the highest elevation of all
Kandel
The Kandel is the highest elevation (mountain) in the Middle Black Forest and the local mountain of the city of Waldkirch. The height is 1241 meters above sea level. The
Schonau
At 1.414 meters, the Belchen is the third highest point in the Black Forest. The bare mountain top of the Belchen is particularly striking. The Belchen with his bald one
St.. Peter
Integrated into the rectangle of the monastery complex, the Baroque church, built between 1724-1727, rises almost majestically over the village. Responsible for the construction
Bad Wildbad
In less than 10 minutes, the summer mountain railway opens up the charming contrast between Bad Wildbad in the Enztal (420 m) and Bad Wildbads
Furtwangen
The Hexenlochmühle was built in 1825 and is one of the beautiful, typically old Black Forest mills - romantically located in a small valley, the Hexenloch,
Baden-Baden
The Merkurgipfel can only be reached by visitors on foot or from Baden-Baden with the Merkurbergbahn. Built in 1913, the mountain railway became technical in 1967
Oppenau
The Allerheiligen monastery in the Lierbach district goes back to a foundation by Uta von Schauenburg. The monastery was founded between 1191 and 1196. Uta
Alpirsbach
In the footsteps of the monks in the Alpirsbach, Hirsau and Maulbronn monasteries, monastery hopping sounds profane and brisk, but it is in contrast to the well-known island hopping