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Round Sankt Andreasberg

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  • Blick auf den Matthias-Schmidt-Berg und den Glockenberg in St. Andreasberg.
    Blick auf den Matthias-Schmidt-Berg und den Glockenberg in St. Andreasberg.
    Photo: Holger Friebe, Holger Friebe
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Distance 14.7 km
4:30 h
454 m
454 m
723 m
441 m
Over meadows and through forests we explore the hills around Sankt Andreasberg and then hike back through the town centre.

The highest mountain town in the Harz, a climatic health resort and an alpine skiing centre - that is Sankt Andreasberg. The idyllic location directly at the Harz National Park invites you to relax and be active in nature. But the Samson mine, which was opened in 1521 to extract silver, or the "Harzer Roller Kanarien Museum" are also worth a visit. You should also listen to the inhabitants: You might pick up the rare Oberharz dialect that Bohemian and Saxon miners brought with them from the Ore Mountains.


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The routes from this source come from years of cooperation between Outdooractive AG and the ADAC publishing house in Munich. More than 80 hiking tour books were produced throughout Germany and at popular holiday destinations in Italy, Spain and Portugal. A special feature are the ADAC children's hiking guides, which are tailored to the needs of young explorers and their parents. 
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Sebastian H
May 20, 2017 · Community
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When did you do this route? May 20, 2017

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