The Fuchsklippe is a sandstone rock cliff in the Thekenbergen near Halberstadt in the Harz district in Saxony-Anhalt.
The cliff lies in the north of the Harz Nature Park - between the Halberstadt districts of Klussiedlung in the north and Langenstein in the west and the Blankenburg district of Börnecke in the south.
Its summit (approx. 205 m above sea level) is often used as a lookout point.
A marked high path connects this with the summit of the Gläserner Mönch cliff, another lookout rock.
The cliff has formed out of the bar mountains in the Upper Cretaceous.(Source: Wikipedia)
November 7, 2020
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