At the gates of our city:
The Southern Black Forest Nature Park
From the Park Hotel Post enjoy one of the
most fantastic cultural landscapes in Germany
At the end of the 90s the south Black Forest was officially declared a natural park. The most important aim: preserving this unique cultural landscape. Still today the south Black Forest can offer a habitat for very rare animals and plants. Wild, untouched nature mixes with the testimonies to human interventions over many centuries making for an extremely diverse landscape. There are unspoilt moors, spectacular gorges, massive rock formations, endless forests, ice-cold forest tarns and thundering waterfalls, and also castles and half-timbered farm houses, luscious meadows and gentle hills with snaking vines. The second largest German natural park stretches from Triberg to Waldshut-Tiengen, from Villingen-Schwenningen and Lörrach to the Swiss border. Freiburg directly borders the Southern Black Forest Nature Park.