Germany’s most famous forest
The Black Forest earned its name through the density of its trees. Some 8000 km of natural landscapes and wooded paths make it one of the most visited regions in Germany.
Experience Freiburg and the Black Forest with a panoramic view. We will take you to a magical winter world!
A selfie in front of the ruins of Heidelberg Castle and winter sports in the Black Forest are just two reasons to visit Baden-Württemberg.
Freiburg continued their Bundesliga recovery with victory over second-place Borussia Mönchengladbach on Friday night. Veteran coach Christian Streich is once again steadying the ship at the Black Forest minnows.
Steeped in myth and legend, the forest has long held deep meaning and been a source of fascination. How did the woods become so symbolic for so many, from the romantics and the Nazis to modern environmentalists?
Four coworkers were injured when they built a swimming pool in their company's flatbed truck. The "Grill-Pool-Challenge" is meant to encourage comraderie and social engagement.
If you love snow, the great outdoors and winter sports, the Black Forest is a delightful holiday destination. Check-in host Nicole Frölich finds plenty to see and do.
Is the American way of life in danger? Has the American Dream turned into a nightmare? Contemporary artists fascinated by American mythology are on display in the Frieder Burda Museum in Germany's Black Forest.
A hard-fought encounter between two of the Bundesliga's struggling teams ended goalless in a freezing Black Forest. It's a result which does neither side much good.
At least two people have died in a large fire that broke out in the southern German town of Neubulach overnight. Several residents are in hospital with smoke inhalation.
Police have blamed severe weather for the tragic incident near the Swiss border. Rescue crews used a helicopter to transport the surviving youths to a hospital. including one who is critically injured.
A look behind the scenes of Edinburgh Castle, one of Scotland's top tourist attractions. Plus: 1980s fashions are making a comeback. And: how to make a Black Forest cake.
Through the snow of the Zugspitze, the Black Forest and the Ore Mountains, Check-in presenter Nicole Frölich tries out the slopes, sleeps in an igloo, mushes a dogsled and meets winter sports legend Jens Weissflog.
Using kite power to glide along on skis or a snowboard: you can take a beginners' course in snowkiting on the Feldberg in the Black Forest. Fun and an adrenaline rush are guaranteed.
If you go to the Black Forest don’t forget to check out the traditional ladies’ hats "Bollenhut" with their red pompoms, cuckoo clocks, Lake Titisee and the region’s highest mountain, the Feldberg — the must-sees.
Our host Nicole Frölich goes to the Black Forest to ski, sled and ride with the huskies – so she can tell you all about the range of winter activities there, including some for when the snow fails to show.
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