The Ski Resort
The Schwarzenbach lift in Altglashütten offers a total of three pistes. Winter sports enthusiasts can choose between a family run (1.0 km), a medium slope (700 m) and a slope (700 m) for professionals. Beginners and tobogganists also like to use the 100 metre long conveyor belt to get up the mountain.
If you come to Altglashütten for skiing and snowboarding, you don't have to starve to death. At the valley station of the Schwarzenbach lift is the small Vesperstube Geissenhof. There you can eat something and enjoy the sun at the same time.
The ski lift in Altglashütten is part of the Feldberg lift network. With the associated, somewhat more expensive ski pass, you can use a total of 38 lifts in the area.
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 164 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Germany is 705 ft. Runs and slopes are therefore relatively short. The highest point of the track is 3281 ft above sea level.
- Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average base depth of 13 ".
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
On Mountain Dining
The Vesperstube "Geißenstall" is located directly at the valley station and invites you to a cosy stop.
Most Difficult Runs
Infrastructure & Rental
Free parking is available directly at the valley station.
Number of Ski Rental
Approach by car
From the A5 Basel/Karlsruhe take the exit Freiburg Mitte direction B 31 Titisee-Neustadt/Donaueschingen. From the A81 Stuttgart/Singen it is the exit Dreieck Bad Dürrheim direction Freiburg. On the B31 Freiburg/Donaueschingen take the exit towards B 317 Feldberg/Waldshut. After approx. 5 kilometres in Feldberg-Bärental turn left towards the B 500 Schluchsee/Waldshut. After 2 kilometres you have reached your destination Feldberg-Altglashütten.
Arrival by train
Take the IC/ICE to Freiburg Hauptbahnhof, change there towards Seebrugg. After about 50 minutes you reach the station Altglashütten/Falkau.