Cuckoo Clock Villages in the Black Forest
Other places to visit
German Clock Museum in Furtwangen
Hexenlochmühle in Furtwangen-Neukirch
The Hexenlochmühle was built in 1825 and is one of the beautiful, typical old Black Forest mills. The mill was built as a sawmill and is open to visitors.
Danube Source in Furtwangen and St. Georgen
A local saying “Brigach and Breg where the Danube originates” refers to the two main headstreams of the Danube, the Brigach (St. Georgen) and the Breg (Furtwangen) which originate in your holiday region. From the Breg source near Martinskapelle, Furtwangen which is the longest headstream of the Danube, it covers exactly 2888 km (1795 Miles) before entering the Black Sea in Romania.
Brend and Stöcklewald observation towers (1150m = 3773 feet), Rohrhardsberg nature reserve (1163 m = 3816 feet).
With over 1300 hectares, Rohrhardsberg although a protected area for plants and animals, is also accessible for hiking and skiing. Both the northern region of the Black Forest and the Vosges mountains (France) can be seen from here.
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