Froschfelsen

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The Froschfelsen near Ilsenburg

The Froschfelsen ("Frog Rocks", 545 m above NN), also called the Froschsteinklippe,[1][dead link] is a natural monument near Ilsenburg in the northern Harz in central Germany. It is a formation of granite rocks that take the shape of a frog, hence the name.

The Froschfelsen is located on the Meineberg hill on the western side of the Ilse valley. It is a hiking destination and No. 5 in the system of checkpoints in the Harzer Wandernadel hiking network.[2] The checkpoint is in a nearby refuge hut.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sachsen-Anhalt-Viewer
  2. ^ Harzer Wandernadel: Stempelstelle 5 – Froschfelsen auf harzer-wandernadel.de

Coordinates: 51°51′3″N 10°39′23″E / 51.85083°N 10.65639°E / 51.85083; 10.65639