The Upper Harz mountain town of Wildemann is surrounded by natural beauty nestled in the romantic Innerste and Spiegel Valley. The centre of the town is the Mary Magdalene Mountain Church.
An extensive network of different hiking trails lead over comfortable hillside paths, tranquil valleys, along clear mountain streams and flowering meadows. There are many benches and shelters, information boards, which explain the nature and culture, while the cool clean bathing water invites you to delay leaving. For mountain-bikers, cyclists, joggers and Nordic walkers, the wonderful nature of this mining town will leave you spellbound.
Dogs and their owners can enjoy the freedom of movement in the dog forest "Hundewald Harz". There are many special programs and offers tailored to your four-legged friends.
The show mine 19-Lachter studs was once an important water drainage tunnel and one of the most important facilities of the Upper Harz silver mines. Learn more about the fascinating history of this mine 100 meters below ground.
The Harz Red Mountain Cattle played an important part in the history of this town and still today the mountain farm, "Klein-Tirol" breeds these fine rare animals.
During the winter, the snow-capped mountains invite you to explore around Wildemann on cross-country trails or on a romantic winter walk on well groomed paths. The 800 meter long toboggan run in Spiegel valley promises Sledging fun for young and old.