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Basel, Freiburg, Colmar rail travel

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Hi all, first time poster here!

I'm planning a trip to Basel in July with day trips to Freiburg and Colmar thrown in. Can anyone give me details on the rail travel between these places please? Here are the details of my planned journeys:

-Basel to Freiburg on a Saturday or Sunday morning and returning in the evening.
-Basel to Colmar on the Sunday or Monday in the morning.
-Colmar back to Euroairport in Mulhouse/Basel to fly home.

Is there anyone out there that can tell me:

-If these journeys are definitely possible?
-What the prices are?
-How long the journeys take?

Bahn.de and other websites are throwing up varying responses.

Any advice would be massively appreciated! I can pass on plenty of info about train travel on London, the UK and Northern Germany in return!

Thanks
Joe

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