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Harz National Park

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Harz National Park

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Lindenallee 35 Nationalparkverwaltung Harz, 38855 Wernigerode, Saxony-Anhalt Germany
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Wernigerode - the castle where Munchausen "lived"
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Wernigerode - the castle where Munchausen "lived"

Wernigerode Castle is a neo-Gothic castle in the city of Wernigerode, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It acquired its modern look at the end of the 19th century after a large-scale reconstruction. Now there is a museum and a branch of the Saxony-Anhalt Cultural Heritage Fund.
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madri lenya wrote a review Aug 2020
Sneek, The Netherlands13 contributions3 helpful votes
Would recommend the walk from Thale to Treseburg about 3 hours. Beautiful scenery - waterfalls, rockpools, tree tops, mountains and valleys and high views. No scrambling and down rocks, easy to follow. The place for a beer at the end in Treseburg is up on the hill as you enter. It was excellent. Food and prices were great. We were tempted to stay for dinner but had other plans. You can catch the bus back from Tresesburg to Thale on the free Harz tourist ticket. All in all a great day.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jorge V wrote a review Feb 2020
San Jose, Costa Rica383 contributions100 helpful votes
We walked up the Brocken from Schierke and had an amazing experience. The path going up is generally very well signaled, and when we went up (in February), it wasn't too crowded or too lonely. It takes about 3 hours to go up, and some parts are pretty rough, so it gives you a nice challenge without being inaccessible. The restaurant at the top and the train ride down are exactly what you need once you're done conquering the mountain!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Peter M wrote a review Jan 2020
Drongen, Belgium315 contributions25 helpful votes
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Beautiful landscape with dead and new trees. The top is very windy. A lot of people during hollidays period.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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hikeandswim wrote a review Oct 2019
Willemstad, Curaçao59 contributions10 helpful votes
Harz national park is surrounded by forest, mountains. Rivers. Great hike paths and unesco medieval towns. Very well developed with nice small hotels and restaurants
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Date of experience: October 2019
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EvaF2Eva wrote a review Sep 2019
Weissenburg in Bayern, Germany4,642 contributions464 helpful votes
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Whole Harz Mountains are heavily used for tourism and sports and it is very crowded there. This makes hiking less enjoyable, especially on days with a nice weather. At the other hand it easy to find accommodation, restaurants and other tourists services. Spruce forest is seriously damaged by bark beetle. It is sometimes very sad view to the big areas with death trees.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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