Ski Resort Muggenbrunn in the Black Forest: Position on map

Muggenbrunn Ski Resort

Trail Map Muggenbrunn

The Ski Resort

With five lifts and eight kilometres of pistes, the small Muggenbrunn ski centre offers something for winter sports enthusiasts. Numerous snow cannons guarantee perfect fun on the slopes even with little fresh snow.

The Franzosenberg slope with two wide downhill runs (FIS route) next to the 600 metre long lift is suitable for the more demanding rider. There you can also go deep snow skiing. The Franzosenberg ski lift starts directly in the village of Muggenbrunn. A short steep plate lift is the 400 meter long ski lift Köpfle. Skiers can expect a varied descent on the north slope with beautiful deep snow passages. This lift only operates on weekends/holidays and during holiday periods.

The more experienced skier should not miss out on the slopes at the 800 metre long Winkel ski lift. On the sunny slope one often has a great panorama with a view to the Alps. The Winkel ski lift can be reached either on skis via the Franzosenberg ski lift or the Köpfle ski lift. Alternatively, you can also take the car from the campsite to Muggenbrunn Obere Häuser (approx. 1200 metres).

The Wasen ski lifts are recommended for beginners. There is not only a short training lift, but also a 500 meter long drag lift. With both there is assistance with boarding. Although the slope is not too steep, there are many varied passages.

Night skiing is definitely a highlight in the Muggenbrunn ski area. The floodlights are switched on every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 17 to 21.30 at the ski lift Wasen. Winter sportsmen need an evening ticket or alternatively the late day ticket from 14 o'clock.

The Muggenbrunn Ski Centre is located in the rest of the Feldberg lift network. With a single ski pass you can ski in eight ski areas in the Black Forest.


Interesting facts

Snow Safety & Snowmaking

Snowmaking Share
Snow Making Machines: 8

On Mountain Dining

The Muggenbrunn ski area offers several opportunities for refreshment. Roofed seating and bistro tables are available at the kiosk on Franzosenberg, near the centre of Muggenbrunn, where you can get hot drinks and soup, among other things. The snack kiosk at the Winkellift has a sun terrace to offer. Coffee and delicious cakes are also served here. You can also sit in the sun in the new Wasenstüble while the little ones enjoy the skiing fun next door. The highlight in the hut is the Peletto oven, which creates a cosy atmosphere.

Must-Ski Runs

Most Difficult Runs

FIS-Abfahrt Franzosenberg
Length: 0.6 km
Vertical Drop: 180 m

Longest Runs

Length: 0.8 km
Vertical Drop: 140 m


Nightskiing possible
Lighted runs: 1.20 km

Getting here

By car

Coming from Freiburg you either take the route via Kirchzarten and Oberried and reach Muggenbrunn shortly after the "Notschrei" or you take the Schauinsland to the "Notschrei" and reach the skiing area shortly after the pass.

Coming from the Wiesental you leave Todtnau in the direction of Freiburg and reach Muggenbrunn after about five kilometres.

By public transport

There is an hourly bus service from Kirchzarten via Muggenbrunn to Todtnau and in the opposite direction. There is a connection to the train from/to Freiburg.

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last update on Nov 28, 2023
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Mountain Stats

Elevation3215 ft - 4068 ft
Opening DayDec 1, 2023
Closing DayMar 17, 2024
Capacity 5457 Persons/Hr.
Hours9:00 AM - 4:30 PM


Total 5

Skiable Terrain

5 miles
Overall Slope Length 5 miles

Weather (3156 ft)


1 day adult €36
1 day youth €22
1 day child €22
All rates & fees