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There are plenty of places to see and visit around Masserberg. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Masserberg is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions around Masserberg

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    Bleßberg

    Hiking Highlight

    The nature park information center is located in the middle of the small district of Friedrichshöhe in the municipality of Sachsenbrunn. Near the Rennsteig, it is in a direct ridge …

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    Werraquelle

    Hiking Highlight

    In 1897, the Werra spring was set in stone and designed as a fountain. Since the opening of the spring, the river has been bubbling out of a snapdragon and is making its long journey to the North Sea.

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    The hiking area around the Donkey Mountain is very worthwhile for several reasons. Round tours of different lengths can be undertaken starting from Masserberg. A circular route is signposted as …

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    Werraquelle

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Here's fresh spring water - for free! The commercial source, once in the tavern next door, however, has dried up: The building of the restaurant is in need of renovation, it remains closed for the time being.

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    Nördliche (obere) Werraquelle

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Not a must, but who wants to drive the Werratal cycle path completely, should have stopped by both Werraquellen. By the way: the "upper" Werra spring is located three meters below the "lower" Werra spring.

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    Eisfelder Ausspanne

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Here you can relax. That's why the place is not called that way. The name goes back to the coachmen who once maneuvered their heavy wagons over the Rennsteig. Here, …

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    Schwarzaquelle

    Hiking Highlight

    Wildromantisch in deep forest location, without tourist hype. This has rarity in D today.

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    Großer Dreiherrenstein

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Große Dreiherrenstein is a crossroads of several old trade routes on the Rennsteig in about 808 meters altitude.

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    The Rennsteig runs on the ridge line of the Thuringian Mittelgebirge from northwest to southeast usually at altitudes of about 500 to 970 meters. It begins in Eisenacher district Hörschel …

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    10

    Dreistromstein

    Hiking Highlight

    All water flows from here into the North Sea. Feed in three different ways, three rivers that shape our landscapes. The Elbe to its mouth near Hamburg, the Weser to …

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    Here peace and relaxation is guaranteed!

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    Rennsteigwarte

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    If you want to have the total Rennsteig overview: Here is your chance! The observation tower "Rennsteigwarte" stands on the donkey mountain and increases it by another 33 meters. 150 …

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    Grandiose view of dam Scheibe-Alsbach and beautiful bivouac.

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    Nadelöhr

    Hiking Highlight

    It is an interesting rock formation and a very nice place to rest.

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    Jürgen
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    Rennsteighaus Masserberg

    Hiking Highlight

    The Rennsteig meets in Masserberg on one of the most beautiful and in terms of altitude, views, hiking opportunities with hiking boots, bike, ski, attractive places in the Thuringian Forest. …

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    Away from the hustle and bustle of tourists, the dam is a gem for hikers. It doesn't matter whether you comfortably walk around it in an hour, go up to …

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    Sandberg

    Hiking Highlight

    About 200m before the summit is a memorial stone with the inscription »Frei ist der Kammweg / 9. Nov. 1989 ", which is to remind of the again possible continuous …

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    Grenzsteine am Rennsteig

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    The Rennsteig leads past several hundred (about 1000) landmarks and 13 three-man-stones, which show a variety of former country borders. The oldest dates from 1513, most of the remaining stones …

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    Bleßberg

    Hiking Highlight

    From the observation tower on the Bleßberg you have a breathtaking view over the Thuringian Forest, as far as Franconia and the Fichtelgebirge. After the ascent to the observation deck, …

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    One of many Dreiherrensteinen on the Rennsteig, which was also Grenzweg.

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