The Glessener Höhe is an overburden of brown coal mining, which was created and recultivated between 1955 and 1970. The steep slopes are wooded with poplar, beech, birch, oak and spruce trees.
At the summit cross are 204 m above sea level. NN reached. Until the emergence of the Sophienhöhe, which was heaped up from 1978, this was the highest point between Eifel and Bergisches Land.
December 3, 2016
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