Feldberg: right at the top of Baden-Wuerttemberg. Nature? Wild. The scenery? Beautiful. Not far from Titisee and Schluchsee lakes you'll find the highest mountain in the Black Forest. In winter, it's a skiing paradise: 50 km of prepared slopes and several snow machines enthral skiers. In summer, it's a dream: how about a ride in the cable car to Feldberg Tower? In the heart of the largest nature reserve in the Black Forest, Feldberg comes out on top!
The Feldberg Youth Hostel is well equipped to meet the needs and desires of school classes, groups and families. Built as a hotel in 1907, it became a hostel, named after the Alemannic poet Johann Peter Hebel, in 1955. The main building has the typical Black Forest atmosphere - you can still sense and see the former hotel. Go back in time via the quaint main staircase up to the cosy rooms under the roof and let the typical wood panelling of yesteryear with its paintings work its magic on you. The mountain house and the building next-door form a harmonious contrast to the hostel. One common thread is the lovely and colourful decoration that is present throughout the building and combines the old and the new.
Special features of Hebelhof Feldberg Youth Hostel:
- The hostel is on the summit of Feldberg mountain (1234 m)
- In the skiing and snowboarding paradise
- Several ski rooms, drying room
- Relaxation room with "lie-down cinema"
- "Beach Disco"
- Gym with climbing wall
- Juggling-acrobatics box
- Coaster and adventure pool with the world's largest halfpipe and 16 slides in the vicinity
- Highest youth hostel in Germany
- In-house disco
- Sports hall