Ski resort Feldberg
Five chairlifts, nine T-bar lifts, three ski conveyors and 16 slopes! At 1,450 meters you will find everything your alpine heart desires.
From the leisurely beginner's slope to the challenging FIS World Cup course, there is something for everyone. The longest slope is the Wiesenquelle slope with a length of about 3 kilometers. Sunny ski slopes, ski and snowboard schools, four fun slopes and various restaurants make your day in the ski resort a special experience.
The Feldberg ski area is open daily, including holidays, from 9 am to 4:30 pm (Exception: On December 24, the opening hours deviate, 9 am to 3 pm).
You can find the daily updated status of the lifts and slopes in the respective ski areas of the lift association: Schneebericht (feldberg-erlebnis.de)
The Feldberg cable cars will introduce dynamic prices for hourly, daily and multi-day tickets starting next winter.
Tickets can be booked conveniently and easily at attractive prices online from home, eliminating annoying queues at the box office.
The complete booking process including registration is explained step by step in the following video: How to book a ticket with starjack - YouTube
Arrival by bus & train
From Freiburg's central station, you can reach the Feldberg ski area every hour in about 60 minutes travel time. First, take the Höllentalbahn to Titisee or Bärental. There you have to change to the bus line 7300 and reach the skiing area Feldberg comfortably and free of charge (with the KONUS guest card).
Bus line 7300: From Monday to Sunday, the bus line 7300 runs to Feldberg every hour. Possible stops for the ski area Feldberg: Feldberger Hof, Feldberg Hebelhof or Feldberg Skilift Fahl.
Line 9007: The operation of bus line 9007 (Liftbus) starts on Boxing Day and runs on the following days:
December 26, 2022 to January 08, 2023, weekends January 14/15, January 21/22, January 28/29, 2023 and February 04 to March 12, 2023. The shuttle bus connects the districts of Falkau, Altglashütten and Bärental with the ski area on the Feldberg and runs several times a day.
Approach by car
From west: From the motorway exit Freiburg-Mitte from the motorway 5 you cross Freiburg on the A-Road 31 and from Titisee you reach the skiing area Feldberg via the A-Road 317. The driving time from Freiburg is approximately 50 minutes.
From east: From the Geisingen or Bad Dürrheim exit of the motorway 81, follow the A-Road 31 and A-Road 317 to the Feldberg ski area. The Travel time from the A 81 is approximately 1 hour.
Designated parking facilities exist at all entrances to the ski area near the ski lifts. The parking spaces are located at the valley station of the Herzogenhornbahn, at Grafenmatt as well as along the Feldbergpasshöhe between the Caritashaus and the turnoff to Seebuck. At the Seebuck, you will find a parking garage with 1,200 parking spaces. From there you can go directly to the lift ticket offices at the Seebuck or at the Zeigerbahn (exit floor 4). With a valid and used ski pass, the parking ticket can be validated at a reduced price in the evening.
Illegally parked vehicles blocking rescue access roads or bus stops will be towed away for a fee. Along the A-Road 317 (Passhöhe) parking is only permitted in the marked parking areas.
The Feldberg ski area is open daily, including holidays, from 09:00 to 16:30. (Exception: on December 24 the opening hours differ, 09:00 - 15:00).