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We stayed at Keuzeck in the mountain park, it was peaceful, picturesque and we loved it. The trails were very well marked and easy to follow, there are a wide variety of teamed to suit everyone. Worth staying and enjoying
To describe this in a few words is impossible, but bring your hiking gear , explore the forest and mountains.
A night hike to the Brocken for a sunrise is very well worth the effort, lots of other little things to see and do.
If you plan to enjoy a quality time very close to the nature than this is the right place to do it . Take yourself a couple of day free and discover the beauty of this natural Park in the Harz Region . Closer than...More
We were surprised by the great system of canals and lakes here.. they powered the mines many years ago and many remain in great shape.
The countryside is beautiful and the towns well preserved.
Much history of the separation of Germany too.
As you climb up into the hills, either by car or by steam train, the wooded hills can but impress you. But the swathes of green forest are scarred by areas of trees that have died and are grey/ brown. We were told that it's...More
An absolutely beautiful park with terrific views. Very scenic routes over the mountain. Got to see our first snow of the year crossing the mountain. Trails abound, and a restaurant on the mountain top. If you like scenic Germany, definitely take a drive through the...More
We were staying in Wernigerode and set off to hike one of the trails towards the Monastery of Drübeck. For the first section the trail was fine and very pleasant through woodlands. Then we reached a section where the former pathway had become a fast...More
An historic steam locomotive built in the late 1800s took us up the Brocken, the Harz Mountains highest peak. Truly breathtaking views once up on the top, but very cold! There is a very small cafe with toilets, it serves a limited choice of hot...More