Travel to the Black Forest
Day 8 Schluchsee
(in 15 Km.) Schluchsee: Is a reservoir lake in the district of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, southeast of the Titisee. With a height of 930 metres above sea level, is the highest reservoir in Germany and also the largest lake in the Black Forest. The best-known settlements around the Schluchsee are on its northern shores and include the eponymous town of Schluchsee and the hamlets of Seebrugg by the dam itself and Aha. The Three Lakes Railway, an extension of the Höllentalbahn, runs from Titisee station along the northern shore to the terminus at Seebrugg.
The Schluchsee is surrounded by numerous walking trails in the local area. The entire length of the shoreline, about 18 km long, is walkable, mostly level and suitable for prams. From May to October the walks may be combined with boat trips on the pleasure cruiser St. Nikolaus. It lasts an hour and leave from the town of Schluchsee. In general, this lake is so quiet and peaceful that the neighbor Titisee. From here we wanted to go to St.Blasien, but for lack of time went straight to Todtnau.