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Feldberg

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Address: southeast of Frieberg, Feldberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
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+49 4907 676180
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Very good for beginner skier but be careful of which school you choose.

We were there so that our kids could learn skiing. It was their 2nd time skiing but they are just beginner. The slopes are beautiful and really good for beginners. We had booked... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
Jess_Wooi
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Basel, Switzerland
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Dublin Ireland
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Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

Weather was looking good so we headed up here yesterday afternoon Delighted I did as it was highlight of trip so far. Absolutely stunning views as far as alps. We took cable car up and walked down. Bring warm clothes as unless it is high summer it is cold up here. Be sure to get lift up to top of... More 

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Basel, Switzerland
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

We were there so that our kids could learn skiing. It was their 2nd time skiing but they are just beginner. The slopes are beautiful and really good for beginners. We had booked for ski school in Skischule Feldberg. It was a total rip off. They are totally not professional. On the 1st day we bring our kids, they wanted... More 

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Here and There
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Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

Feldberg has good tracks for skiing and snowboarding, I enjoyed it as a begginer. The tickets aren't expensive and the snow was quite good. There are a lot of places to rent the equipment. Parking is a bit complicated, but there is a parking building nearby. There are also some cafes and restaurants. The trip there from Freiburg was also... More 

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Kaiserslautern, Germany
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Reviewed 16 January 2017 via mobile

Stunning Schwartzwald winter scenery! Amazing skiing, great places to eat and drink, with pricing typical of a resort town. Family friendly!

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Stuttgart, Germany
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Reviewed 10 January 2017

Goos ski resort!! 40km os pistes! You can ski a lot of blue tracks, also some reds... It's for beginner and intermediate, not advanced really (go to Austria better). Also very kid friendly and very affordable, not fancy as St Anton or Zermatt. Had a fun weekend.

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Beersheba, Israel
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Reviewed 22 October 2016

we climb with a 76 years old lady and 6 years old child, it was easy. the view is beautiful. there is parking in the place

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Reviewed 12 October 2016 via mobile

It's a wonderful site to visit. Despite the low temperature (0 dergees) it's worth it. The panoramic view is wonderful. Go up to the 11 floor of the Feldbergturm.

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Singapore
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Reviewed 12 October 2016 via mobile

We wanted to park at the Haus der Natur like it was mentioned here that parking is free. However, they were re-paving the section of road leading to it so everyone was forced to park at the paid multi storey car park. We started our walk up from the Haus der Natur to the top. I noticed there are only... More 

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Reviewed 1 October 2016

When we were in the Black Forest we thought that this was a must-see for hiking, but it didn't quite provide the environment that we were looking for. The views are great and the gradient is good, but there aren't too many real hiking trails, just paved roads - at the top you feel like you're going to walk on... More 

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Horsham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 20 September 2016

As we were staying in a hotel locally we were fortunate enough to be supplied with a Hochschwarzwald Card which meant we could ride the chairlift and access the observation tower for free. The views from the top were stunning. If we had more time we could have undertaken some amazing walks from the top. Now tempted to return and... More 

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Black Forest - doable for non-hikers?

A friend and I are planning a 14 day trip around Germany in late September and we wanted to take a day to explore the Black Forest (Freiburg would be our base, though we are open to other suggestions - last paragraph has our itinerary). Problem is, I am not a hiker and do not have any experience hiking or own any hiking gear (same for my friend). From what I have seen, Feldberg seems a great "goal" for the day of hiking, but would this be doable in "normal" clothes (leather, flat soled boots, but not hiking boots, jeans, sweatshirt, scarf, etc.). We are fit and young, so I am not terribly concerned about the actual physical exertion aspect (knowing full well that not having the right gear will wear us out more), but if we emerge from this with completely torn up shoes and/or (more importantly) would be taking unnecessary risks by not having the proper gear (compass, extra clothes, extra food, whatever else hikers carry with them), that would not be worth it. There seem to be some paved streets hikers share with cars, but if having to stick to those streets will make us miss out on the best scenery or that feeling of walking in the woods, that might make it not worth it.

Advice from hikers and non-hikers alike would be greatly appreciated. There seems to be little information available online about the specifics of hiking in the Black Forest, like sample itineraries or "what to wear/bring" so any info along those lines would be very helpful.

If anyone has ideas for other places in Germany to experience nature casually, that would be appreciated as well. For reference, we will start in Munich for 3 days, 1 day at Schloss Hohenschwangau/Neuschwanstein, 1 day in Freiburg, 1 day in Black Forest, 1 day in Heidelberg, 1 day in Cologne, 2 days in Dresden, and end with 3 days in Berlin. I am mostly focused on art and music, but also love nature, and if the Black Forest doesn't work out, was considering a day trip from Berlin to Spreewald, which looks enchanting. I also imagine Neuschwanstein will also provide some opportunity to see nature, and any info on those locations would be appreciated as well.

Thank you in advance for your help!

11 months ago

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