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Coat of arms of the municipality of Hinterzarten
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Coordinates: 47 ° 54 '  N , 8 ° 6'  E

Basic data
State : Baden-Württemberg
Administrative region : Freiburg
County : Breisgau-Upper Black Forest
Height : 893 m above sea level NHN
Area : 33.37 km 2
Residents: 2583 (December 31, 2018)
Population density : 77 inhabitants per km 2
Postal code : 79856
Area code : 07652
License plate : FR
Community key : 08 3 15 052
Address of the
municipal administration:
Rathausstrasse 12
79856 Hinterzarten
Website : www.gemeinde-hinterzarten.de
Mayor : Klaus-Michael Tatsch
Location of the community of Hinterzarten in the Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald district
Frankreich Landkreis Waldshut Landkreis Lörrach Freiburg im Breisgau Landkreis Emmendingen Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis Landkreis Rottweil Au (Breisgau) Auggen Bad Krozingen Badenweiler Ballrechten-Dottingen Bötzingen Bollschweil Breisach am Rhein Breitnau Buchenbach Buggingen Ebringen Ehrenkirchen Eichstetten am Kaiserstuhl Eisenbach (Hochschwarzwald) Eschbach (Markgräflerland) Feldberg (Schwarzwald) Friedenweiler Glottertal Gottenheim Gundelfingen (Breisgau) Hartheim Heitersheim Heitersheim Heuweiler Hinterzarten Horben Ihringen Kirchzarten Lenzkirch Löffingen March (Breisgau) Merdingen Merzhausen Müllheim (Baden) Müllheim (Baden) Münstertal/Schwarzwald Neuenburg am Rhein Neuenburg am Rhein Oberried (Breisgau) Pfaffenweiler St. Peter (Hochschwarzwald) St. Märgen Schallstadt Schluchsee (Gemeinde) Sölden (Schwarzwald) Staufen im Breisgau Stegen Sulzburg Titisee-Neustadt Umkirch Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl Wittnau (Breisgau)map
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The mountain health resort Hinterzarten is located in the southern Black Forest about 25 kilometers east of Freiburg im Breisgau .


Hinterzarten: View of the church and Adlerschanze

Geographical location

Geographically, Hinterzarten is 1400  m above sea level. NN to just about the Feldberg , which is 1493  m above sea level. NN highest elevation of the Black Forest, and up to the southwest end of the Titisees at 850  m above sea level. NN . The lowest point is the star rank at 740  m above sea level. NN . Hinterzarten is located in the Southern Black Forest Nature Park and is traversed by the Zartenbach .

Protected areas, nature

Both the nature reserves are located in the municipality of Hinterzarten

as well as parts of the landscape protection areas

as well as parts of the European bird sanctuary

and the FFH areas

As Schonwald the two protected areas are designated 200,218 and 200,219 Fürsatzmoos Wunderlemoos, and with the protective forest 100147 'Seewald' Also the 2017 UNESCO extends biosphere reserve recognized biosphere reserve Black Forest to Hinterzarten area.

The Hummelweiher is designated as a natural monument .

There has been a nature experience path in the village since 2000.


Precipitation diagram

The annual precipitation is 1406 mm and is thus in the upper tenth of the values ​​recorded by the measuring points of the German Weather Service . Over 96% indicate lower values. The driest month is September; it rains most in December. In the wettest month there is around 1.8 times more rain than in the driest month. The seasonal fluctuations in precipitation are in the upper third. In over 83% of all places, the monthly precipitation fluctuates less.

Neighboring communities

The neighboring communities are Breitnau , Titisee-Neustadt , Lenzkirch , Feldberg and Oberried , all of which belong to the Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald district .

Community structure

The church covered by snow

The Hinterzarten community includes the village of Hinterzarten, the Zinken Alpersbach, Am Feldberg, Bisten (partly also to Breitnau ), Bruderhalde, Erlenbruck, Löffeltal, Oberzarten, Rinken, Rotwasser, Windeck and Winterhalde and the residential areas Altenvogtshütte (Auf Stucken), Ramselegut , Dorneck , Fürsatz (Hof) and Silberberg. In the municipality are the dialed villages Bankgallihof, Bäuerlehof, Imberihof, Rufenhof, Seehäusle and Waldhof.


Hinterzarten (around 1910)
German clock museum : Jockele clock

Until the 19th century

In 1148, with the consecration of the Oswald Chapel in Höllental , the nucleus of the Hinterzarten parish was first mentioned in a document. In the 13th century it became a popular place of pilgrimage because a sulfur spring promised healing properties. A mineral content of the water from the spring, which was located in the sulfur mat between Erlenbrucker Straße and Zartenbach, could not be proven later. The associated pilgrimage church, like today's new building, was already called Maria in der Zarten . Because of the road through the Höllental, the secular bailiwick was known as Hinter der Straß until the 18th century , while the neighboring Breitnau was called Vor der Straß . Until around 1750, Hinter der Straß and in the Zarten merged to form what is the name of the place Hinterzarten today.

The area around Hinterzarten, Bärental, Höllental and areas on the Feldberg was largely owned by Falkenstein . The Falkensteiners then sold it to the Schnewlin . Through the marriage of the last heir, Anna von Schnewlin, the area came to the Lords of Sickingen in 1588 , whose coat of arms can be seen as a small coat of arms in the coat of arms of Hinterzarten. The Sickingen kept the place until 1810, when it passed to the Grand Duchy of Baden . The lords of Pfirt , who were related to the Sickers, owned further shares . The Pfirter's share came to Freifrau Meyronnet and Montureux and in 1844 it was sold to the owner of the Posthalde post office and the Sternen am Höllsteig inn, which was renovated in 1806 . In 1910, Baden also acquired the Sternen inn (originally built in 1446) with the forests.

Around 1790 the watchmaker Jacob Herbstreith manufactured the so-called Jockele watches , which are named after the watchmaker's first name (Jockel = Jacob). One of these clocks can be seen in the clock museum in Furtwangen .

Around 1820 there were 766 inhabitants in Hinterzarten who lived mainly from cattle breeding, wood and the manufacture of wooden clocks and spoons.

20th century

On April 27, 1945, the Second World War came to an end for the community.

With the Kirchwaldschanze, the first ski jumping hill was built in the village in 1923 . One year later the Adlerschanze followed , which was converted into a plastic covered jump in 1981.

Hinterzarten has been able to call itself a climatic health resort since 1964 .

In 2010 a spectacular accident occurred in the community. The replica of a Siemens electric car, the Electric Victoria , made in Hinterzarten , crashed into an embankment during a test drive. The driver, Professor Wilfried Feldenkirchen , project manager of the replica, suffered fatal injuries and four students were injured, some seriously.

Population development

Population figures as of December 31:

year 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Residents 2001 2203 2141 2423 2613 2627 2457 2453 2446 2476 2514 2532 2544 2583 2631


Administrative community

Hinterzarten forms an agreed administrative community with the neighboring town of Breitnau to the north .

Municipal council

In addition to the mayor as chairman, the municipal council has twelve honorary members who are elected by the citizens for five years. In the local elections on May 26, 2019 , all twelve seats went to the (only appeared) "List for Hinterzarten". The turnout was 66% (2014: 63.4%).


Since no parties have stood for election in the local elections for a long time, the party-political preferences of the people of Hinterzarten can only be identified indirectly from the election results at the state, federal and European level. Hinterzarten belongs to the state constituency 46 Freiburg I and the federal constituency 288 Waldshut .

In the state elections in 2016 , the Greens became the strongest political force in Hinterzarten for the first time, with a 34.2% share of the vote. Before that, the CDU had left all other parties far behind for decades, and in 2006 it had even come close to the 50% mark (48.5%). In the federal elections , the CDU has always come off as the strongest party in Hinterzarten over the past 20 years. During the same period, the SPD, which was still the second strongest force until 2005, suffered significant losses. In 2017, at 12.9%, it achieved less than half of the proportion it had achieved 15 years earlier (2002: 27.7%) and thus fell behind the Greens and the FDP. In the 2019 European elections , the CDU was again the strongest party with 34% in Hinterzarten, even if it was significantly below the peak value achieved in the 1999 European elections (55.4%). The extensive dominance of the CDU in Hinterzarten, which can be seen from these election results, has a long tradition that has only been broken once so far, in the 2016 state election.

Results of the last state parliament, Bundestag and European elections
Political party State Parliament 2016 Bundestag 2017
(second votes)
Europe 2019
CDU 29.8% 38.2% 34.0%
Green 34.2% 18.0% 28.6%
FDP 13.6% 15.9% 8.5%
SPD 9.7% 12.9% 9.9%
AfD 8.2% 7.0% 6.2%
The left 2.3% 4.5% 2.5%
Others 2.3% 3.6% 10.3%


Term of office Surname
1891-1904 Peter Hensler
1904-1919 Joseph Schindler
1919-1926 Martin Gremminger
1926-1930 Konrad Hofmeier
1930-1937 Martin Gremminger
1937-1945 Dr. Franz Börsig
1945-1946 Dr. Otto Dietsche
Term of office Surname
1946-1948 Adolf Laule
1948-1951 Oskar Rümmele
1951-1966 Albert Ketterer
1966-1986 Berthold Ruch
1986-2010 Hansjörg Eckert
since 2010 Klaus-Michael Tatsch

Source: Helmuth Schubert, Political History of the Hinterzarten Community

In the mayoral election on April 22, 2018, Klaus-Michael Tatsch was elected for a second term with 88.6% of the valid votes. For a first term in 2010, he was elected to succeed Hansjörg Eckert, who had served for 24 years. Previously, Berthold Ruch and Albert Ketterer had held the office for many years (20 and 15 years respectively).

Town twinning

Since 1969 Hinterzarten is Eguisheim friends (Alsace), 2004 both places were a Jumelage one.

Economy and Infrastructure

Originally a pure farming village, Hinterzarten is today strongly influenced by tourism, to which the construction of the Höllentalbahn (1887) and the rating as a climatic health resort (1964) have made a significant contribution. The community offers an extensive network of trails for hiking in summer and winter as well as for mountain bike tours. The demanding so-called summit trail, coming from Titisee, runs over 16 km through Hinterzarten to the northern slope of the Feldberg. With the Säbelthomaweg there has also been a premium hiking trail since May 2019. Several cross-country trails are maintained in winter and there are three ski lifts.

HINTERZARTEN also located on two attractive for long distance hiker routes: that of Freiburg to Konstanz leading Black Forest Lake Querweg Freiburg and of Pforzheim to Basel leading Westweg as part of the European distance route E1 from the North Cape to southern Italy.

In addition to tourism, agriculture and forestry continue to play a role. Measures for nature and landscape protection have a great influence on the preservation of the landscape character, which is an essential resource for tourism. According to an analysis from 2010, the future development of this resource is heavily dependent on political and socio-economic framework conditions.

Division of space

District Hinterzarten: Area division
according to actual use

The total area of ​​the district Hinterzarten is 3,337 hectares. Most of it is covered with forest (2,434 hectares), another 604 hectares are used for agriculture. With a total of 6.1%, the share of settlement and traffic areas in Hinterzarten is far below the corresponding average for the state of Baden-Württemberg (14.8%).


Hinterzarten station is the highest station on the Höllentalbahn

In terms of traffic, Hinterzarten can be reached via the federal road 31 leading from Breisach to Lindau (Lake Constance) (also part of the Green Road ) or via the B 500 ( Triberg - Waldshut ) running through the Black Forest .

The Hinterzarten train station in the center of the town is part of the Höllentalbahn , which runs from Freiburg via Titisee and Neustadt to Donaueschingen . The route runs every half hour on weekdays (every 20 minutes on Sundays and public holidays) to Freiburg, Titisee and Neustadt (Black Forest) and every hour to Donaueschingen and Villingen-Schwenningen and Seebrugg (via the Dreiseenbahn ). Since December 2019 the Höllentalbahn has been part of the S1 line of the Breisgau S-Bahn , which also connects Hinterzarten continuously with Breisach and the Kaiserstuhl .

The SBG 7216 bus line runs from Hinterzarten via the Thurner and St. Peter to Kirchzarten . From the district of Bruderhalde, there is a direct connection with the SBG line 7300 to the Feldberg and beyond to Todtnau and Zell im Wiesental (with a connection to Basel).


With the Földiklinik - the former Hotel Weißes Rössle -, which specializes in lymphology , and the Zarten clinic, which specializes in the psychotherapeutic and psychosomatic treatment of mental illnesses, there are two specialist hospitals in town. General medical care is guaranteed by three general medical or internal medical practices that are located in the center of the village.


In Hinterzarten there is the Georg-Thoma-Schule, an open all-day elementary school and the privately operated Birklehof boarding school as a secondary school . The Catholic Kindergarten St. Josef has also been offering places for children between one and three years of age since May 2014. Since April 2019 there has also been a forest kindergarten with 20 places for children from three years of age.

Cross-country skiing in Hinterzarten (around 1909)


In the district Bruderhalde located near the Titisee the firefighters Hotel St. Florian , a recreation facility of the State Fire Brigade Association of Baden-Wuerttemberg . The Veltishof youth hostel is directly opposite .

Culture and sights


The parish church Maria in der Zarten has medieval, baroque and modern (1962–1963) parts.


The Hugenhof, which dates back to 1446, has been home to the Black Forest Ski Museum since 1997 . Since 2004 there has been a museum for old agricultural technology in the over 400-year-old bank yard in the Bruderhalde district, in which old agricultural equipment and machines are exhibited. There is also a small fire brigade museum, also in the Bruderhalde. The toy museum "Zum kleine Hannes" is located directly at the Adlerschanze.

The Kingenhof saw , one of the few surviving knocking saws , is in the Löffeltal valley .



After 2003, Hinterzarten became a "DSV nordic active center" of the German Ski Association, and four Nordic Walking routes were designated and marked as part of a project by the German Sport University Cologne . In the vicinity of the Adler ski stadium, there is an approx. 2.5 km long training path (formerly an exercise path ), which was renewed in 2019. Hinterzarten was also the starting point of the Short Track and Power Track of the Black Forest Ultra Bike Marathon, which was held annually until 2019 . There is also a football hall in town.

The Hinterzarten sports club plays with its first soccer team in the Black Forest district soccer league.


The Adler Ski Stadium (2011)

In Hinterzarten there is the well-known Adler ski stadium with the Rothaus ski jump, on which an international summer ski jumping takes place every year. In addition to three other junior hills, there is also a cross-country ski center in the town center . The 2010 Nordic Junior World Ski Championships took place in Hinterzarten from January 24th to 31st, 2010 .

Hinterzarten is located on the 100-kilometer long- distance ski trail Schonach – Belchen , the longest ski trail in the Black Forest . It is the destination of the small backpack run, which is carried out on this route over 60 kilometers, starting in Schonach (in February). The 32-kilometer long- distance skiing trail Hinterzarten – Schluchsee also begins in Hinterzarten . In addition, nine further cross-country trails of varying degrees of difficulty have been designated as part of the DSV nordic aktiv zentrum.

In the direction of the Alpersbach district there is an alpine ski area with three lifts, which are mainly used for local skiing because of the lack of guaranteed snow in recent years.

Regular events

In addition to the aforementioned annual sporting events, summer ski jumping and ultra-bike marathon, there is a weekly farmers' market . The annual music festival in Hinterzarten, founded in 1976 by the Freiburg violin professor Wolfgang Marschner and named after him, offers classical concerts with international young virtuosos. It had to be suspended for the first time in 42 years in 2019, but is to be continued in 2020.


Sons and daughters of the church

Other personalities related to the community

  • Hans-Joachim Baeuchle (1922–2007), politician ( SPD ), ran a bookstore in Hinterzarten that still exists today with his wife
  • Franz Beckert (1907–1973), German gymnast and Olympic champion, is buried in Hinterzarten
  • Hermann Dischler (1866–1935), German painter, built a house in Hinterzarten in 1907 to hold regular art exhibitions and died in the community in 1935
  • Jörg Erb (1899–1975) Protestant educator, author of "Schild des Glaubens", director of the Hinterzarten elementary and secondary school
  • Sven Hannawald (* 1974 in Erlabrunn ), ski jumper, lived in Hinterzarten for a few years
  • Erivan Haub (1932–2018), entrepreneur and patron , was made an honorary citizen in 2013 together with his wife Helga
  • Gottfried Hummel (* 1968), composer and conductor of the Trachtenkapelle Hinterzarten since 1998
  • Ekkehard Liehl (1911–2003), geographer and librarian at the Freiburg University Library , published on the local history of Hinterzarten, received honorary citizenship in 1986, is buried in Hinterzarten
  • Georg Picht (1913–1982), philosopher, theologian and educator, and his wife, harpsichordist and pianist Edith Picht-Axenfeld (1914–2001), lived on the Birklehof
  • Gottfried Schramm (1929–2017), historian and Eastern Europe expert, Vice Rector of the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg , teacher and educator at the Birklehof 1955–1957


  • Ekkehard Liehl : Hinterzarten: Face and history of a Black Forest landscape . 3rd, revised. u. exp. Edition Rosgarten-Verlag, Konstanz 1986, ISBN 3-87685-054-1 .
  • Brommer, Hermann (ed.): Hinterzarten and the Black Forest two centuries ago: the chronicle of Pastor Vincenz Zahn (=  Hinterzartener Schriften . Volume 1 ). Hinterzarten community, Hinterzarten 1993, ISBN 3-9803628-1-7 .
  • Ekkehard Liehl: History of the Hinterzartener Hofgüter (=  Hinterzartener writings . Volume 2.1 ). Stadler, Konstanz 1997, ISBN 3-7977-0394-5 .
  • Rüdiger Hitz, Hillard von Thiessen: Family, Work and Everyday Life in Hinterzarten 1600 to 1900 (=  Hinterzartener Schriften . Volume 3 ). Stadler, Konstanz 1998, ISBN 3-7977-0396-1 .
  • Ekkehard Liehl: History of the Hinterzartener Hofgüter. Windeck, Bisten, Alpersbach, Fürsatz (=  Hinterzartener Schriften . Volume 2.2 ). Stadler, Konstanz 2000, ISBN 3-7977-0395-3 .
  • Schubert, Helmuth (ed.): Hinterzarten in the 20th century: from a farming village to a climatic health resort (=  Hinterzartener Schriften . Volume 6 ). Stadler, Konstanz 2002, ISBN 3-7977-0399-6 .

Web links

Commons : Hinterzarten  - Collection of images, videos and audio files
Wikivoyage: Hinterzarten  - travel guide

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