Experience Erzgebirge

Enjoy the Ore Mountains in your own way. It offers a variety of historical and cultural attractions. On the other hand, the sporty and active part is not missed out. In the warmer months, extensive hiking and biking tours can be made through the mountain ranges of the Ore Mountains. In winter, it's time to hit the boards. Whether cross-country skiing, downhill skiing or snowboarding, there is something for every winter sports fan.


It is a mountain in the Ore Mountains with a height of 807,2 m u. NHN. It is located immediately southeast of the town of the same name, which lies in the Erzgebirge district. Together with the Bärenstein and the Pöhlberg, the mountain belongs to the three largest basalt mountains in the Westerzgebirge. The Scheibenberg is a selected site for the intended candidacy for the UNESCO World Heritage Site Montanregion Erzgebirge.


  • Basalt
  • Tower


Crottendorf – the “village of incense candles” – is on the bottom of Fichtelberg mountain on the headwater river of the Zschopau River. Picturesque low mountain landscape, Expositions, traditional handicrafts and customs make a stay worthwhile.



Annaberg-Buchholz at the foot of the Pöhlberg mountain is located in the middle of the beautiful natural landscape of the Upper Ore Mountains. As the “secret capital of the Ore Mountains”, the town can look back on a long mining history.



Scenic and historically interesting – this is how the mountain and Binge town presents itself at any time of the year. Whether tower museum, binge crater, leisure pool, a scenic swimming lake or the largest contiguous forest area in the central Ore Mountains, everywhere in the village and the surrounding area there is much to explore.


  • Greifensteine


with Cranzahl and Neudorf

The community is located in the middle of the Erzgebirge/Vogtland Nature Park between the large district town of Annaberg-Buchholz and Germany’s highest town of Oberwiesenthal at the foot of the Fichtelberg. Our place is an ideal starting point for hiking, biking and skiing tours to the Ore Mountains ridge area and the four surrounding table mountains.

The open-air swimming pool in Sehma, from Cranzahl the Fichtelbergbahn goes daily to Oberwiesenthal and in the OT Neudorf is the only soup museum in Germany – simply worth seeing!


Oberwiesenthal is a German resort in the Ore Mountains near the Czech border. The Fichtelberg cable car takes you up to the top of Fichtelberg Mountain, which offers ski slopes and a view of the surrounding valley. The Gabriele Kohlisch Tour, a circular hiking trail, leads through forests to the Black Pond.

The marine aquarium contains corals, seahorses and sand eels.