The stunning ski resort of Feldberg enjoys an exhilarating elevation 1500 metres above sea level, at the foot of the Black Forest’s highest mountain. The vertiginous location and stunning surrounding scenery attracts millions of visitors who flock for its natural diversity and incredible winter sports opportunities. Quaint and quintessential German architecture decorates the small town centre, a place punctuated with cute coffee shops and authentic eateries that give an insight into the region’s rich cultural traditions.
Feldberg’s most iconic natural attraction is undoubtedly the Feldberg Mountain, a majestic mound that towers above any other peak in the Black Forest. Experienced climbers can enjoy a strenuous stroll to this visionary vantage point, while those seeking an less energetic activity can take the Feldberg Cableway to the top.
At the summit, panoramic mountain vistas are not the only thing to be enjoyed; the historic Feldberg Tower can be climbed to afford even greater views, while rich hiking tracks display the delightful diversity of this magical landscape. In winter, these areas are covered in a blanket of snow making them the perfect places to ski and snowboard down steep slopes.
Enjoying a prestigious position in one of Feldberg’s finest hotels, the Adler Hotel restaurant is an exquisite example of German gastronomy; a rich, regional menu is inspired by ancient culinary traditions and the bounteous produce of the area. Begin with a robust consommé with strips of herbed pancakes before moving onto to tender meat with creamy mashed potatoes. The cathartic culinary conclusion comes in the form of vanilla parfait with rhubarb ragout.(Feldbergstraße 4, 79868 Feldberg)