The National Park of the Harz mountains, Schierke and the peak of the Harz mountains „Brocken“ – they all belong together.
Schierke with its population of approx. 800 lies at the foot of the Harz mountains, between 580 and 650 above mean sea level.
Its nickname from 1890 – 1940 was “St. Moritz of the North.”
A beautiful forest and bizarre rocks and cliffs surround Schierke while offering the best ways to spend your holidays. By bike, by foot, or even by ski – here you’ll find the best way to forget everyday life.
The National Park of the Harz mountains demonstrates how beautiful nature can be, especially when taking one of the many adventurous cycle paths downhill, and the beautiful landscape invites everybody to pause for more than just one moment.