Fig tree on granite - hence the fig tree cliff has its name. The cliff is the first really rewarding vantage point on the way from Romkerhalle to the Kästeklippen. Especially for sunsets or spectacular photos a must, after all, the Okertal is at this point about 200m below. When it is wet, you should pay attention to your surefootedness!
July 27, 2017
DescriptionThe fig tree cliff, also known as the fig tree pulpit, is a granite rock formation east of the Okertal in the Harz Mountains. It is located near Romkerhalle in the municipality-free area Harz of the Lower Saxony Goslar district. Their rocks have clear signs of Wollsack weathering.
April 22, 2019
A cliff for impressive views of the Okertal and an insider tip for romantic sunsets.
A small fig tree grows on its wall. From which the cliff also got the name. The cliff is accessible. Ladders help with the ascent.
From the fig tree cliff you can look over to the Ahrendsberger cliffs.
July 17, 2016
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