Hinterzarten & Surroundings
Explore the landscape and traditions of our region.
The vacation home Rösslewald is the ideal starting point to explore the Black Forest with all its sights and leisure activities. With the Konus card, which you will receive from us upon arrival, you can travel free of charge by bus and train in the Upper Black Forest. The region offers numerous leisure activities from which you can choose during your visit.
Enjoy the quiet and idyllic life in the vacation home at the Rösslewald so close to nature. The vacation home is located directly on the edge of the forest, in the immediate vicinity of the Földihospital.The entrance to the hiking trails starts directly at the house and in just a few minutes walk you have reached the pearl of the Black Forest, the center of the climatic health resort Hinterzarten.
Thanks to the Adlerschanze and its successful ski jumpers Georg and Dieter Thoma as well as the Four Hills Tournament winner Sven Hannawald, Hinterzarten has gained world renown. Hinterzarten offers its guests a complete infrastructure with doctors, pharmacies, bakeries, a train station, shopping facilities and excellent gastronomy. The nearest shopping opportunity Beckesepp can be reached comfortably on foot in 5 minutes and a bus stop is also only 2 minutes away on foot.
The Hinterzarten climate is ideal for relaxation and recreation.
The Black Forest has always enchanted its visitors with its unique landscape, idyllic villages and the warm hospitality of its people. On the one hand, it rises up to the 1493m high Feldberg and extends to the wine region around Freiburg.
The name "Black Forest" comes from the dark appearance of its dense forests on the steep slopes in combination with the dark pines. Discover Germany's most popular vacation region - exciting explorations await you!
The Black Forest offers in every season many leisure activities for an eventful and unique vacation. Whether winter sports or hiking, mountain biking or horseback riding. Familiar-entertaining or sporty-active - in the Black Forest, everyone gets their money's worth.
The city Freiburg im Breisgau is located on the western edge of the Black Forest, making it the southernmost major city in Germany. You can reach the city in about 30 min by car or by train.
The Black Forest metropolis, founded in 1120, owes its very special charm to its historic old town with the "Bächle". The old town with its many small alleys and streets is characterized by its lifestyle. Numerous street cafés invite you to linger and enjoy the atmosphere. The most famous sight, the Freiburg Cathedral, is not to be missed during your visit to Freiburg.
In addition, many half-timbered houses have been preserved to this day and make a stroll through the historic old town very worthwhile.
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The Black Forest is characterized by many signposted hiking & mountain bike routes.
For relaxation for you and jubilation for the children provides the Badeparadies Schwarzwald in Titisee. Titisee is a neighboring community of Hinterzarten and about 5 min away by car. The circular path around the lake "Titisee" is also a great hike. If you haven't had enough yet, there are numerous lakes waiting for you in the immediate vicinity, such as Schluchsee, which is only about a 20 min drive away.
Also the Triberg waterfalls (about 40 min drive away) are absolutely worth seeing.
The Europapark Rust & the Sealife in Konstanz guarantee the necessary action for young and old. On rainy days, the Fundorena indoor sports park on the Feldberg is the right address.
Typical Black Forest...
The Black Forest Cake
Cherries, cream and chocolate. With a dash of kirsch on sponge cake, this combination is well known and popular. Black Forest cake is one of the most famous cakes in Germany. However, it is not quite clear where this cake originally came from - nevertheless, you should definitely try it!
Black Forest Fasnet
The "fifth season" in the Black Forest, the so-called Fasnet or Fasnacht, is an authentic folk festival in the Black Forest. During this time, countless street parades, foolish goings-on and Guggenmusik determine life. The term "Fasnacht" stands for the six days from "Schmutziger" Thursday or "Schmotzige Dunschtich" to Ash Wednesday.
Black Forest cuckoo clock
The cuckoo clock originates from a centuries-old tradition of clockmaking and is typical for the Black Forest. The cuckoo can be found everywhere in the Black Forest - if you are looking for the cuckoo, you will definitely find it! A worthwhile trip is also a visit to the 1st World's Largest Cuckoo Clock in Schonach Untertal in the Black Forest.