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Hiking

Wandern
Wandern

‘Hiking is the most perfect kind of movement if one wants to discover true life. It is the way into freedom.’ (Elizabeth von Arnim)

Hiking is becoming more and more popular, also with the younger. In and around Seesen you will find some well-maintained and marked hiking trails.

The diverse scenery reaches from wide meadows and gentle hills to steep mountain slopes and extensive forests. Leave the everyday life behind you and enjoy the fascinating nature, flora and fauna of the Harz.

Trails overview


Harzer Wandelnadel (Harzer hiking pins)

Stamp points are at the Tränkebachhütte (104) and at Luchsstein (103). The different Harzer hiking pins, hiking passes and the matching hiking map are available at the city marketing, Jacobsonplatz 1.

However, Wandersteiger, -prinz und -kaiser
can only be acquired in the ‘Projektbüro Harzer Wandernadel ‘in Blankenburg (Schlossberg 2).  

Harzer Wandernadel
Harzer Wandernadel

Harzklub Zweigverein Seesen e.V. (Seesen branch of the Harz Club)

Our hiking trails are maintained by the Seesen branch of the Harzklub-Zweigverein Seesen e.V. The association also offers numerous guided hiking-tours (search word: Harzklub) and events.

Individual hiking tours

The voluntary hiking wardens of the Harz club also offer individual hiking tours according to your interests and regardless of the number of participants. The hiking tours are free; however, the hiking warden appreciates a small contribution. Simply make an appointment!

Travelling huts

Neckelnberghütte
Lautenthaler Straße, town exit on the right

food & drinks
Sundays 10.00 – 18.00 hrs
(April - end of October)

Tränkebachhütte
near the Steinway Park

Tränkebachhütte © Tränkebachhütte im Tränketal
Tränkebachhütte © Tränkebachhütte im Tränketal

Nature reservet "Silberhohl"

The about 2 ha large nature reserve at Silberhohl surrounds a funnel-shaped sinkhole which approx. 7000 years ago originated from the dissolution of salt in the late Permian. Moor arose in the sinkhole. This humid biotope is now the habitat of numerous threatened animal and plant species like water lilies, daisies and sundew. All together 30 plant species and 40 bird species live here. This special karst formation is of great geoscientific importance. The karst determines the natural character and beauty of the scenery and is a testimony of the geological development in this region.