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Feldberg (Liftverbund): In the Heart of Alpine Overview

 


The Feldberg (Liftverbund) ski resort area is not at all like any other powder destination in the area. It has a 125 year old heritage. That right, for over a century, Feldberg has been playing host to millions of tourists each year. They started way back in the year 1891 and the rest is history. Feldberg ski area has grown significantly – not only in popularity and size but also in national importance. Annually, this very powder area plays host to numerous events such as – Black Forest jumping tournament The Black Forest Cup Alpine and Nordic skiing championships. Neustadt friends World Cup And, this is just the tip of the iceberg, if you will. Furthermore, among the other qualities, the Feldberg (Liftverbund) ski resort area is the highest of its kind in the Black Forest region and is also the locus of all the winter sports within the region. The elevation of the mountain ranges between – 950 meters (or 3117 feet approximately) at the base and 1,450 meters (or 4757 feet approximately) at the top. Throughout the season one can find at least 0.6 kilometers squared (or 0.23 square miles) of snow covered area which lasts for at least 110 days in the year. Now, to cover this wide an area the resort has been equipped with lifts, namely – 5 chair lifts and 9 T-bar lifts with 16 descents and ca. 30 km (or 18.6 miles) of slopes. You can purchase the lift tickets online and also save a considerable amount of money if you choose to purchase them in bulk.

 

 

Events


Feldberg Statistics


Base Elevation: 950 m

Summit Elevation: 1450 m

Vertical Drop: 500 m


There are three major events that take place each year at the Feldberg (Liftverbund) ski resort area. Take a look below to know more: The Alpencup: It is one event to which everybody looks forward to. Usually it one can find only local folks participating in this program which spans across 6 segments – Alpine Single, Alpine Team, Combination, Cross-Country Single, Cross- Country Team, and finally, the Alpine Cup. The Feldberg Masters: This is the one racing event which receives the maximum number of participants. You can find everybody here. The Season Finale: The ideal way to enjoy the last day of the powder season.

 

Tickets and Passes


Briefly, the Daily and Hourly rates are as follows –

Day Ticket: Adults have to pay, Euro 35.00; Children have to pay, Euro 23.00; Infants are charged, Euro 17.00. 11:00 Map: These tickets can purchase by Adults at a cost of Euro 33.00 and by children at a cost of Euro 21.00. 2 Hour Map: This will cost the Adults – Euro 23.00 and the children – Euro 14.00. 3 Hour Map: These tickets will the Adults – Euro 26.00 and the children – Euro 17.00. 4 Hour Map: Adults will have to pay Euro 30.00 and children will have to pay Euro 20.00 to get their hands on these tickets.

Rates for the all day passes are as follows –

Adult day pass: Euro 34 Child/youth day pass: Euro 22 Small child day pass: Euro 16 Adult 2-day pass: Euro 66 Adult 3-day pass: Euro 98 Adult 4-day pass: Euro 130 On the similar lines one can also purchase tickets under various other configurations as well. Take for instance, to get the most out of the season and the resort area, make sure that you purchase the point cards or the discounted tickets. Moreover, if you plan on staying for more number of days and area rather preplanned in that set. In that case make sure that you purchase the Multi-day tickets. Through them you will be able to save a considerable amount of money and time as well.

 

The timings of the resort are as follows:

Monday: 09:00 – 16:30 Tuesday: 09:00 – 16:30 Wednesday: 09:00 – 16:30 Thursday: 09:00 – 16:30 Friday: 09:00 – 16:30 Saturday: 09:00 – 16:30 Sunday: 09:00 – 16:30 The contact information can be found below: Liftverbund Feldberg, Kirchgasse 1, 79868 Feldberg. Phone: 07655 801 501 Email: info@liftverbund-feldberg.de

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