Hainberg (hills)

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Hainberg
Hainberg.jpg
View from the Hunters' Tower (northern Jägerturmskopf) over the Hainberg
Highest point
Peak Kalter Buschkopf
Elevation 299 m (981 ft)
Dimensions
Length 15 km (9.3 mi)
Geography
Country Germany
State Lower Saxony
Range coordinates 52°02′00″N 10°12′00″E / 52.03333°N 10.2°E / 52.03333; 10.2Coordinates: 52°02′00″N 10°12′00″E / 52.03333°N 10.2°E / 52.03333; 10.2
Parent range Lower Saxon Hills

The Hainberg (known locally as the Hainberge as it has several summits. Also the old form Heinberg) is a hill range, up to 299 metres high, northwest of the Harz Mountains in the eastern part of Lower Saxony, Germany.

Hills[edit]

Amongst the hills in the Hainberg are the following:

  • Kalter Buschkopf (299 m above sea level (NN))
  • Schlahköpfe (285 m)
  • Steinberg (283 m; part of the Bodensteiner Klippen)
  • Hohlenberg (263 m)
  • Bodensteiner Klippen (ca. 200 to 283 m)
  • Kliebenkopf (254 m)
  • Lauhberg (253 m)
  • Jägerturmsköpfe (251 m)
  • Nördlicher Jägertumskopf (244 m) - with Jägerturm
  • Osterklippe (235 m; part of the Bodensteiner Klippen)
  • Eichenberg (226 m)
  • Papenberg (226 m)
  • Hillenberg (224 m)
  • Langenberg (224 m)
  • Spitzer Hai (222 m)
  • Wohldenberg (218 m) - with Wohldenberg Castle
  • Kapitelhai (209 m)
  • Hützlah (206 m)

Settlements[edit]

Settlements in and near the Hainberg are: