Tüllinger Berg

The Tüllinger Berg or short "Tüllinger" is a 460 m high peak near the borders between Germany, Switzerland, and France. It is one of the southermost foothills of the Black Forest and provides a great view on the border triangle of three countries as well as on the cities of Lörrach (D), Basel (CH), and Weil am Rhein (D).

On the south flank and on the west flank of the Tüllinger Berg there are growing different kinds of Markgräfler Vines. There are nice hiking paths leading through these vineyards and allowing a tour around the Tülinger which takes about three to four hours when walking slowly.

Elevation (feet): 1,509
Elevation (meters): 460
Continent: Europe
Country: Germany
Range/Region: Black Forest
Latitude: 47.604658
Longitude: 7.639489
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
Nearest major airport: Basel/Mulhouse
Convenient Center: Lörrach, Basel

Thanks to Uwe Dengler for adding this peak.

Trip Reports

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  • Log #21661 - by Uwe Dengler on May 11, 2009
    Many ascents (> 5) from Lörrach and Riehen. There is also a beautiful tour around this mountain along its side through the vineyards. I especially recommend this in autumn.