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Steinbruch Haidberg im Februar

Der Steinbruch Haidberg im Februar, die Natur erwacht langsam.Der Haidberg ist ein bewaldeter Bergrücken mit etwa 692,5 m ü. NN. aus Serpentinit-Gestein bei Zell im Fichtelgebirge im Nordwesten des Fichtelgebirges, der aus der Nördlich gelegenen Münchberger Gneismasse und im Osten aus dem Granit des Fichtelgebirges herraus ragt. Erschlossen ist der Haidberg durch einen bequem zu begehenden Naturlehrpfad von 1,5 km Länge.

Über den Haidberg verläuft die Wasserscheide zwischen den Einzugsgebieten von Sächsischer Saale und Main.

Dieses Panorama entstand am 25.02.2011.

Copyright: Christopher Rau
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7992x3996
Taken: 26/02/2011
Uploaded: 26/02/2011
Updated: 08/03/2015


Tags: deutschland; bayern; franken; fichtelgebirge; oberfranken; februar; winter; schnee; eis; see; teich; natur; steinbruch; fels; felsen; haidberg; waldstein; zell im fichtelgebirge; christopher rau
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