The Steinbergkopf is a summit with only a few trees and an impressive view south of Wernigerode.
This mountain rises 478 meters above sea level and thus around 160 meters above the bottom of the Drängetal.
A picturesque view extends from the hilltop to the west and north-west of the adjoining Harz Mountains to the Brocken and the track of the Harzquerbahn.
The attractive hiking destination Steinbergkopf can be reached from the district of Hasserode on a walk of only approx. 1500 meters.
Due to the height difference of almost 200 meters to be mastered, the ascent is very steep in places.
The hiking trail from the Försterplatz car park on the Armeleuteberg, which is around twice as long, is much more convenient.
At the foot of the Steinbergkopf, on the road to Drei Annen Hohne that crosses the Drängetal, is the Loss memorial built in memory of the geologist Karl August Lossen.(Source: harzlife.de)
June 10, 2019
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