Geological Mining Historical Hiking Trail Beerberg

Short facts

  • Sankt Andreasberg

The Beerberg - open-air museum of mining history

Guests get the opportunity to get acquainted with the history of the earth and the evidence of the montane.  A "geological-mining-historical circular hiking trail" was signposted in 1988. Hidden in the forest we find a real open-air museum. Here at the Beerberg was the place where the first really rich silver ores were discovered in 1520 in a vein that was striking out to the surface. On a circular trail of about 2 km, the hiker learns exciting and interesting facts at the 39 yellow boards in the shape of a stylized fir tree ("Dennert board"). A leaflet is available at the tourist information office or at the mining museum.


St. Andreasberger Verein für Geschichte und Altertumskunde e. V.

Dr.-Willi-Bergmann-Str. 28

37444 Sankt Andreasberg

Deutschland


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Website: www.lehrbergwerk.de/bergbau-harz/bergbaulehrpfad

General information

General Information
  • Parking Available
Eligibility
  • for Groups
  • for Class
  • for families
  • for individual guests
  • Pet allowed
  • for Children of all Ages
Foreign Language
  • German
Payment Options
  • Entrance Free
Hygiene and infection control measures
  • Distance control
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