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Feldberg Ski Resort Guide

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Feldberg Ski Resort Guide

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Feldberg Ski Resort Guide

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Feldberg

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Feldberg

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Feldberg

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Slope Stats

  • 1448m

  • 503m

  • 945m

  • Acres of ski:-
  • Pistes:23
  • Snowmaking:9%
  • Halfpipes:0
  • Terrain Parks:1
  • X-Country:60 km
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  • intermediate-
  • advanced-

Feldberg resort in 'Disney Skiing' is great for families and beginners. There are 50 km of pistes winding through the Black Forest Mountains. There are a range of runs at Feldberg including blacks with the longest at 3km. There is also a snow park. The 26 km of skiing at Feldberg is provided throughout the nearby villages. The ski pass covers the whole area. Off the slopes this Black Forest resort has enough bars and restaurants to keep everyone fed and watered.

Travel

  • Nearest Airport:Zurich
  • Nearest Train Station:Feldberg-Bärental
  • Tourist Office Phone:+4976558019
  • Tourist Office Website:www.liftverbund-feldberg.de
  • Slopeside accommodation:yes
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Lifts

  • Season opens:27 Dec 2014
  • Season closes:12 Apr 2015
  • Lifts:28 (4 chair lifts, 24 surface lifts)
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Information supplied 28 Oct 2008

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  • Issued:4 Jul
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Today’s Weather (1196 m)view full snow forecast

PM
rain showers
10 W10
25 °CF-Level
4600m
night
clear
5 SSW5
25 °CF-Level
4550m
AM
clear
10 S10
23 °CF-Level
4550m

Feldberg Location Maps

Feldberg Location Map

Visitor Reviews of Feldberg

Nic Oatridge from Switzerland writes:

Feldberg is comparable to many of the smaller Alpine resorts in scale, although with pistes between 1448 and 945m it is quite low. Despite the altitude, however, the pistes have held up better than many higher resorts this season. There are fourteen runs – 3 black, 7 red and 4 blue – comprising around 25km of piste spread over two sides of a valley. The runs on the North-facing side of the valley, off the Grafenmatt, are mostly through the trees and are largely suitable for intermediate skiers. The runs on the South-facing side of the valley, on Seebuck, only loosely connect to the runs across the road via a ski bridge, but the area is better for beginners with a wide, gentle blue run and red runs that really should be graded blue and a good funpark all accessible by an excellent six person chair lift. On Grafenmatt it is almost impossible to escape using surface lifts, of which there are nine in the resort, although there is a modern four-seater chairlift with over 400m vertical ascent providing access to some fine red and black runs, a free ride area and a 3km-long, very challenging blue run. The combined lift capacity of the resort is 24,000 people an hour, so queues are generally short even at busy periods. Around 5km of the pistes have snow cannon cover.

Needless to say, Feldberg is popular with weekend skiers and parking can be challenging unless you arrive early. Interestingly enough Feldberg is also popular with many skiers and snowboarders from Belgium, Holland and North Germany, for whom it is an easier trip than the Alps.

The run from Basel by car is just over an hour, driving north on the B317 from Lörrach up through the delightful Wiesental, and from Freiburg it is three-quarters of an hour (via Titisee). By public transport the trip is under 2 hours from Basel (via Freiburg) and around an hour from Freiburg with regular buses on routes 9007 and 7300 from the nearby railway station at Feldberg-Bärental.

Although small, low, busy and with too many surface lifts, Feldberg is actually a delightful little resort, and highly affordable. A day pass is a reasonable 27 Euros and prices for kit hire, lessons, meals and refreshments are very competitive and there is plenty of choice. There are also number of smaller resorts in the area, including a pleasant area served by a surface lift at Altglashütten, and one served by a gondola at Belchen. All of the resort runs, public transport and a range of other amenities are available free with the “Hochschwarzwald-Card”, which is itself provided gratis for guests in local hotels (depending on length of stay). The area is good for walking and there are a number of cross-country ski circuits, an outstanding all-season water park at Titisee and various other off-piste diversions throughout the “Hochschwarzwald” area.

The standard of accommodation in the hotels and guesthouses in the Black Forest is consistently high. For families the Feldberger Hof is supremely convenient for the slopes and has superb childcare facilities. For the more budget-conscious I recommend the excellent family-run Landhotel Sonneck in nearby Altglashütten, a delightful village with rail connections to Titisee and a bus service to Feldberg, as well as having a small ski area in the village.

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