Hiking in the Harz
Guests have access to a vast network of hiking trails right on their doorstep, with checkpoints for stamping hiking passes along the way.
Hiking and cycling on border paths in the Harz
The green strip along the former inner-German border leads through unspoilt nature and is a perfect route for hikers and cyclists.
Nordic walking in the Harz
Grab some poles and head off on an exhilarating hike. Nordic walking allows you to experience the beauty of the great Harz outdoors without putting too much strain on your joints. We provide walking poles.
Mountain biking in the Harz
The Harz boasts numerous trails of varying degrees of difficulty for all keen mountain bikers.
Cross-country skiing in the Harz
A well-marked network of cross-country skiing trails stretches throughout the Harz region. The Südharz cross-country trail starts right outside your accommodation.
Skiing in the Harz
The well-groomed slopes and snow canons of the Harz are sure to please keen downhill skiers. Nearby facilities include Ravensberg in Bad Sachsa (6 km) and Wurmberg in Braunlage (14 km).
Tobogganing in the Harz
Your accommodation is perfectly situated for hiking and tobogganing. We provide sleds free of charge.
Ice skating in the Harz
The large indoor ice rink in nearby Bad Sachsa is open from October to April. Even famous ice-skater Katarina Witt has been here.
Wild animal feeding in the Harz
You can watch wild animals being fed all year round at nearby restaurant Bahnhof Stöberhai in the middle of the woods.
Fishing in the Harz
The ponds and lakes of the Harz, many of which were laid out by the region’s Cistercian monks, are perfect for fishing. You can pick up a fishing licence from all local offices.
Swimming in the Harz
The area boasts many inviting woodland lakes and swimming pools. You can also find swimming and sauna complexes in nearby Bad Sachsa.
Tennis in the Harz
Indoor and outdoor tennis courts are located nearby.
Relaxing and reenergising in the Harz
You will find deck chairs and benches on our sunbathing lawn.