New Year's Eve and Happy New Year are always a great occasion to meet up with family and friends. Organize a celebration on the Feldberg.
Basics about the Feldberg winter sports region
- In the Black Forest holiday region there is the climatic health resort Feldberg. The oldest and largest nature reserve in Baden-Württemberg is also located there. In the winter months, the so-called "Höchst" - as the Feldberg is also called - presents itself as an excellent winter sports area. As a skier, you can let off steam there with 31 lifts on 55 kilometers of slopes. And then it's off to cozy après-ski in a Black Forest hut.
- In the Feldberg region you can spend your vacation in the districts with such romantic names as Altglashütten, Falkau or Bärental. Also plan a fun sleigh ride on the afternoon of New Year's Eve. On groomed toboggan runs, it is particularly fun to get up and then whiz down again.
Two hut suggestions for your New Year's Eve celebration
- Then celebrate New Year's Eve in one of the numerous huts in the region. The self-catering huts are ideal here, to which you have to bring your own provisions. One example is the Opelhaus of the Feldberg ski club, which you can also book as a non-member. Here you have a view of the Feldberg. The house is equipped with a sauna and a fully equipped kitchen. You can inquire about your booking by phone at 0761/700874 or 07676/461.
- The Opelhaus offers you 34 beds in 2- and 4-bed rooms. There is even hot and cold running water in the rooms. You can use six toilets and three showers on the floors.
- Or maybe you would like to celebrate in a managed hut. Then you can stay at the Bärental Hut. It is best to reserve a few rooms for your family and friends there for New Year's Eve. This hut is located directly on the Westweg and thus in the middle of the nature reserve. In winter you can reach it directly from the piste on skis or on foot, as it is located between two lifts. The non-smoking house is run by Jörn-Michael Reick and can be reached by phone at 07676/236.
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