Outside the station, one can walk or take a bus to Schonachbach's Eble Uhren-Park. As it was autumn when I visited, the autumnal colours made for a nice walk amidst the colourful trees of the region. A road parallel to the Gutach river finally brought me to a big chalet between two small hills. This is where the largest clock has been built with a giant cuckoo which weighs 150 kg and comes out of a rear window to chirp out the time. For instance, the cuckoo chirps five times at 5 o' clock.
The Gutach river flows beneath the clock. The "cu-ckoo cu-ckoo" sounds made by the clock reverberates around because of the hills and the river and mingles with the sound of the flowing river creating a wonderful moment worth cherishing.
On the opposite side of the chalet (read clock), some music plays every hour with handmade puppets rotating outside a window. They had romanticized a situation depicting a maiden girl in the hills who falls for a man visiting her dynasty. I forgot the whole story which a narrator was describing to a bunch of visitors.
By spending 2 euros, one can go inside the clock and look at the giant wheels and gears which was pretty interesting to note. A wooden mascot cum descriptor speaks about the history of the clock. Another thing that I found really nice about the chalet is their souvenir shop in one part of the clock house. I bought a cuckoo clock in 80 euros and that kind quality and construction within that much is hard to find anywhere outside Triberg.
After coming back to Triberg city and having lunch, I went to a small museum and witnessed how they make a clock. Someone told me that I shouldn't miss Schonach's cuckoo clock which is the oldest and cutest clock in the region though it's not as hyped as the one at Eble-Uhren-Park.