South of Frankfurt and southeast of Freiberg, the Feldberg ski area has 18 pistes totaling 25km that are served by 13 lifts with a maximum descent of 500m. As the highest ski area in the Black Forest, this family-friendly resort is served by numerous drag lifts. The level of piste difficult ranges from 40% beginner to 50% intermediate to 10% difficult. It is popular with beginner and intermediate snowboarders. It is heavily frequented by the weekend crowd from Basel, but tends to be pretty empty during mid-week.
For intermediate terrain, check out the lines on Seebuck Mountain. For something more advanced and gladed, try the runs on Grafenmatt-Hochst Mountain such as pistes #11 and #12. The Rothausabfahrt piste is the longest at 3km.
For the freestyle snowboarders in your crew, the Fedburg ski area has a terrain park to session. The Feldburg Snowpark has Germany's longest jib line. Plus, there are dozens of other features to session.
• Known for reliable snowpack.
• Excellent terrain park.
• Good train access. Cons
• Few challenging pistes.
• Crowded on the weekends.
After a long morning of shredding, try grabbing lunch on the mountain at either Berggasthof Wasmer or the Sudhang. For some apres ski action, head over to either the Hasenstall or Pub O'je.
To reach the snowboarding at Feldberg ski area from Zurich, head north on the B315 and continue via Schaffhausen to Feldberg. The nearest airport is Basel, which is only a 75 minute bus ride to the ski area. Alternately, there is a train from Freiburg to the Feldburg ski area.
Overall, Feldberg is the 2nd most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 22 snowboarding resorts in Germany.
Local Contacts: Feldberg Tourism +49-0-7655-8019; Liftverbund Feldberg +49-0-7655 -801501
Best Season: Dec. - Mar.
Average Difficulty: Moderate
Base Camp: Gasthof Feldbergpass +49(0)7676-9333
Luxury Loding: Feldbergerhof
Reference Source: click here https://www.liftverbund-feldberg.de/
GPS: 47.860628, 8.035662
Date Published: 12/30/2015
Date Updated: 11/16/2022
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