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The Haardt in the east of the Palatine Forest

The Haardt is a range of wooded, sandstone hills[1] in the state of Rhineland Palatinate in southwestern Germany. The range is some 85 kilometres (53 mi) long and lies within the Palatinate Forest (Pfälzerwald). Its highest point is the Kalmit, near Maikammer, which stands 673 metres (2,208 ft) above sea level.


  1. ^ Dickinson, Robert E. (1964). Germany: A regional and economic geography (2nd ed.). London: Methuen. p. 562.

Coordinates: 49°07′48″N 7°48′00″E / 49.13000°N 7.80000°E / 49.13000; 7.80000