The Feldberg at 1493 m above sea level is the highest mountain in Baden-Württemberg. It also represents the highest elevation of all German low mountain ranges, making it the highest mountain in Germany outside the Alps. The mountain in the southern Black Forest also gives its name to the associated municipality of Feldberg.
The Feldberg is located southeast of Freiburg im Breisgau, in the area of the municipality of Feldberg (Black Forest) in the Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald district, surrounded by the towns of Hinterzarten (northeast), Titisee (east), Menzenschwand and Bernau (south) and Todtnau (southwest). The Feldberg-Ort district is located about 2 km southeast of the summit at an altitude of 1277 m.
The Feldbergfuß can be reached by car via the B 317 leading from Titisee to Lörrach (Basel) over the Feldberg Pass. By train, you can reach the highest train station on a Deutsche Bahn standard-gauge line, the Feldberg-Bärental station (967 m above sea level) Triple railway. There is a bus connection from there. The Seebuck can be reached from Feldberg-Ort with a short cable car. The summit of the Feldberg is accessible to the facilities there by a paved access road, but private individuals can only reach it on foot or by bike. (Source: Wikipedia)