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Herbstwald Großer Waldstein Bayern Germany 4067

Der Große Waldstein ist Teil des Waldsteinzuges im Fichtelgebirge. Bekannt ist er vor allem durch seine Felsen in Wollsackverwitterung, seine Schlossruinen und den einzigen erhaltenen Bärenfang der Region.
Die Saale entspringt am Fuße des Großen Waldsteins bei Zell im Fichtelgebirge.
Der Große Waldstein (877 m ü. NN) ist ein Berg im nördlichen Fichtelgebirgs-Hufeisen. Im Gipfelbereich besteht Mischwald mit altem Buchenbestand und mächtigen Felsentürmen; das gesamte Areal ist Naturschutzgebiet (20,2 ha). Markierte Wanderwege führen aus allen Richtungen zum Berg, von Weißenstadt oder Sparneck aus führen öffentliche Fahrstraßen bis zum Gipfelbereich, wo das Unterkunftshaus des Fichtelgebirgsvereins, das Waldsteinhaus, steht, von dem man einen Spaziergang durch den interessanten Gipfelbereich unternehmen kann.
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Copyright: Dieter Kik
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6320x3160
Taken: 03/11/2011
Uploaded: 15/01/2012
Atualizado: 06/01/2019


Tags: fog; sun; forest; autumn
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