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, you can treat yourself to a break in the year-round hiking hostel.
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October 18, 2018
The Bleßberg is an 866.9 m above sea level. NHN  high mountain in the Thuringian Slate Mountains (Thuringia, Germany). It is located in the district of Hildburghausen and the district of Sonneberg between Sachsenbrunn and Steinheid, about seven kilometers northeast of Eisfeld.
On the Bleßberg is the 1976 completed transmitter Bleßberg; the top of its transmitting tower is at 1062 m above sea level. NHN (ground level at the tower 866.9 m + 195.1 m tower height) the highest point of Thuringia. On March 30, 2008, the miners encountered tunneling work in the tunnel Bleßberg the new railway line Nuremberg-Erfurt on the Bleßberg cave.(Source: Wikipedia)
July 19, 2019
The Blessberg is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful destinations in the surrounding area. The 867 m high mountain peak with its observation tower offers a unique view of Franconia, the Rhön and the Thuringian Forest.
The Blessberg can be reached from all directions on well-developed hiking trails. Of particular note is the historic border path with its well-preserved boundary stones from 1565. The path can be reached from the parking lot on the B 281 between Saargrund and Siegmundsburg.
August 4, 2020
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