The Upper Harz town of Wildemann is surrounded by beautiful nature and nestled romantically in the Innerste and Spiegel valleys. The centre of the town is the Maria-Magdalenen mountain church.
An extensive network of hiking trails leads on various routes along comfortable hillside paths and through quiet side valleys, along clear streams and flowering mountain meadows. Numerous benches and shelters, various information boards explaining nature and culture and cool clean bathing waters invite you to linger.
Mountain bikers, cyclists, joggers and Nordic walkers also get their money's worth in the beautiful nature of this mining town.
The '19-Lachter-Stollen' visitor mine was once one of the most important water-solving tunnels in the silver mining industry in the Upper Harz region. Here, 100 metres underground, visitors can learn more about Wildemann's mining history.
Another typical feature is the 'Harzer Rote Höhenvieh', a red cattle breed only found in the Harz Mountains, which has also left its mark on the history of the village and can still be found on the "Klein-Tirol" mountain farm.
In winter, the snow-covered mountain world around Wildemann can be explored on various groomed cross-country trails or on a romantic winter hike. The 800-metre-long toboggan run in Spiegeltal promises tobogganing fun for young and old. You can find out more about winter sports in Wildemann here: wintersport.harzinfo.de.