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The Stöcklewald is a mountain, 1,068.2 m above sea level , in the southern part of the Central Black Forest in Germany between the towns of Furtwangen and Triberg, each about 5 kilometres distant, in the county of Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis. Towards the north, the Black Forest only exceeds this height again in the area of the Schliffkopf and the Hornisgrinde.
The European Watershed between the Rhine and the Danube runs over the mountain. On its northern slopes rises the Gutach, which flows from here in a northwesterly direction through the Schönwald Highlands and drops over its northeastern edge as the Triberg Waterfalls. To the southeast flow the tributary streams of the Breg.


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