Wildermann Hiking Needle

Wildemann even has its own hiking pin

The Harzklub Wildemann has reintroduced the "Wildemann hiking pin" to its programme. This is dedicated to the mountain town of Wildemann and its surroundings.

On four different hikes of varying difficulty levels around Wildemann, you can head for hiking inns and huts and collect your stamp. The tours are also suitable for senior citizens and families with children.

Hiking routes

of the Wildemanner Hiking Needle

Tour 1

This route leads you steeply up to the Prinzenlaube via the "Ernst-August-Stieg".

Tour 2

This route takes you leisurely up through the Gittel Valley to the forest restaurant with the Iberger Albert Tower, where you can enjoy an exceptional view over the Harz Mountains.

Tour 3

This easy hike takes you along the Lautenthaler Graben to the "Maaßner Gaipel" forest restaurant.

Tour 4

This route is also an easy walk. It leads along the "Avenue of Trees" to the Grumbach ponds in the Grumbach Valley.

The route to the Wildemanner hiking pin

How easy it is to hike to the Wildemanner hiking pin

When you reach the end of each route, collect your stamps on the stamp card. Then hand them in at the Tourist Information Wildemann or at the "Kiosk am Eck". For a fee of 4 euros, you will then receive a great hiking pin with a Wild Man.

The stamping points for the Wildemann hiking pin can be found both in the Harzklub hiking maps and in the popular hiking apps. A blue stamp on the Harzklub signs shows you the way.

Oberharz Wildemann hiking nature forest
©Stefanie Seuffert