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  2. Mummelsee - Wikipedia

    The Mummelsee is a 17-metre-deep lake at the western mountainside of the Hornisgrinde in the Northern Black Forest of Germany. It is very popular with tourists travelling along the Black Forest High Road. According to legends, the lake is inhabited by a Nix and the King of the Mummelsee.

  3. Mummelsee legend » Mummelsee

    The Mummelsee, fantastically situated on the Black Forest High Road, is the largest of the seven remaining cirque lakes in the Black Forest. It is 3.7 hectares in size, has a circumference of about 800 meters, is 18 meters deep and lies at 1,036 meters above sea level.

  4. Mummelsee (Baden-Baden) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

    Mummelsee 4 698 reviews #8 of 59 things to do in Baden-Baden Bodies of Water Visit website Call Write a review What people are saying “ Nice quick stop ” May 2022 A nice stop in the black forest where you can have an easy walk around the lake and have some drinks or snacks by the... By Laurie L “ Charming area with a lovely short walk ” Oct 2019

  5. Lake Mummelsee in the Black Forest

    Lake Mummelsee is located directly on the Black Forest High Road at 1032 m above sea level. It is one of the few cirque lakes in the Black Forest remaining from the ice age. The more than 100 m high cirque face of the Hornisgrinde, at 1164 m the highest mountain of the Northern Black Forest, rears up behind it.

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    an der Schwarzwaldhochstrasse. Der Mummelsee in den dunklen Tannengründen hat seinen geheimnisvollen Namen von den Seefräulein oder Mümmlein. Sie wohnen in seiner unergründ- lichen Tiefe in einem prächtigen, kristallenen Schloss. Es ist umgeben von prachtvollen Gärten, in denen die blutrote Koralle neben der duftenden Seerose wächst.

  7. Mummel...what? | Black Forest Tours

    Mummelsee is located in the Northern Black Forest – a straight 40 minute on the Black Forest High Road between Freudenstadt and Baden-Baden. The Hornisgrinde mountain (the highest mountain in the Northern Black Forest) overlooks lakes Mummelsee and provides an unbelievably scenic background.

  8. Mummelsee – Wikipedia

    Der Mummelsee ist ein Karsee auf 1028,5 m ü. NN Höhe am Abhang der Hornisgrinde im Schwarzwald. Er ist 3,7 Hektar groß und 18 Meter tief. Er zählt zu den meistbesuchten Seen in Baden-Württemberg, da er direkt an der Schwarzwaldhochstraße liegt.

  9. Mummelsee, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany - LakeLubbers

    Mummelsee, also known as Mummel Lake, is a glacial cirque lake (referring to its concave amphitheatre shape) created during the last ice age approximately 10,000 years ago. It is hard to know exactly how legends start, but the lake and surrounding area are inspiring.