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From the cliff you have a wonderful view over Schierke to the Wurmberg and Brocken. The Ahrensklint is one of many climbable cliffs in the Hochharz and is located directly on the Harzer-Hexen-Stieg. If you are a fan of the Harz hiking pin, you will find a stamp box here.
May 29, 2016
The Ahrentsklint (822 m above sea level) is located above Schierke on Glashüttenweg. From the cliff you have an impressive all-round view of the Brocken, the Wurmberg, the Leistenklippen and Oberschierke. The Ahrentsklint was under the name "Arneklint" (Adlerfels) the oldest name of a forest place in the Schierker area.
June 20, 2021
An overview of all (regular) 222 stamping points for the "Harz Hiking Pin" popular with many can be found on the following website:
November 6, 2021
Located at 822m you will find here another stamp office of the Harzer hiking nobility - number 13. About quite powerful metal ladders succeed even untrained the rise, which is really worthwhile. Not only for the photo view, but also for orientation opens up a great view towards Wurmberg and Brocke. Fun fact: Ahrensklint is derived from "Eagle cliff / eagle rock" and is here the oldest name of a forest village, since he changed in 1400 between forest tenants.
August 31, 2017
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