The Feldberg (1,493 meters above sea level) is the highest peak in the Black Forest. Here you’ll find idyllic trails and magnificent panoramas. In the summer, the cable car lift with closed cabins for 8 people transports hikers and nature lovers but also bikers and people with dogs up to the summit of Mount Seebuck. In addition to pedestrians, wheelchair users, baby carriages and bicycles are also transported with the Feldberg cable car lift. In the winter, the Feldberg mountain lift brings winter sports enthusiasts up to the ski slope with 6-person chairs. The observation deck on the eleventh floor of the Feldberg Tower provides a magnificent view as far as the Vosges Mountains in France and the Swiss Alps. Nature lovers will surely be delighted by the oldest and largest nature reserve in Baden-Württemberg. Hikers can enjoy the flora and fauna during a hike on the 12 kilometers long hiking trail known as “Feldberg-Steig”. The “Wichtelpfad” (“Little Folk’s Trail”), which brings kids closer to the habitat of the wood grouse in a playful manner, is advisable for families with children. In the winter, the Feldberg is the largest and oldest winter sports area in Baden-Württemberg: 35 lifts (4 of them chairlifts), a gondola lift and 26 T-bar lifts in the lift network known as Liftverbund Feldberg bring winter sports enthusiasts up to the ski slope, which features 60 kilometers of runs ranging from blue (easy) to “World Cup black” (difficult). In addition to two sled runs and two marked snowshoe trails, 60 kilometers of winter hiking trails are also groomed.