The Walzenhütte is a refuge on a Wegspinne. It is the hub of many hikes. From here you can reach Benneckenstein, Trautenstein, Rothesütte or Sophienhof. Nearby runs the railway line of the Harzquerbahn. With a bit of luck, you will meet one of the steamers. In the hut is the stamping point No. 50 of the Harzer hiking nobility.
September 6, 2016
The Walzenhütte (521 NHN) is located between Trautenstein and Benneckenstein in the Harzer Bach valley area.
A good starting point is the hikers' car park next to Café Dammbachtal on the outskirts of Trautenstein. As a day tour you can also visit the Walzenhütte (HWN 50) with the "Oberharzblick am Buchenberg" (HWN 47), the "Stierbergsteich" (HWN 48), the "Ziegenalm Sophienhof" (HWN 97) and the "Carlsturm (HWN 51)" combine to a nice round tour.
January 3, 2021
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