The Feldsee is the highest lake in Germany outside the Alps.
The approximately 97,500 m² large and up to 32 m deep Karsee was created by glaciers from the last ice ages.
It is bordered on three sides by steep walls up to 300 m high. It is almost circular, with a diameter between 350 and 370 meters.
The elevation, which is open to the northeast at 1,100 m and which allowed larger amounts of snow to accumulate and maintain, was the cause of the armchair-like shape of the terrain with the steep back wall, the flat floor and the moraine wall in front.
May 24, 2020
The Seebach flows through the Feldsee, which rises between Feldberg and Seebuck im Grüble, falls down the Karwand in the Feldsee waterfall and later, on the other side of the Titisees, is named Gutach.
For tens of thousands of years the brook has been the upper reaches of the Wutach, which drains to the Rhine.
May 24, 2020
A lake like a picture book: The nine-hectare Feldsee is surrounded by a Black Forest idyll on the steep slopes of the Feldberg. It is 32 meters deep and was formed by glaciers during the Ice Age. To the north and east of the Feldsee is surrounded by a spell forest, a forest area that is left to itself. The lake is under nature conservation and is not a bathing lake.
February 3, 2019
a brilliant in the southern Black Forest! it is 1109 m. above sea level. M. and is rather flat in the west, but in the east, towards its glacial end moraine, up to 32 m deep. Pleasantly shady in summer and a great destination with the nearby Raimartihof.
December 15, 2019
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