With direct access to the forest, the small district of Rotacker is especially popular among tourists. The Naturerlebnisdorf Blauvogel with more than 30 duplexes is an attraction for families and those looking for peace and quiet.
From Rotacker you can discover numerous hiking trails or, in winter, go straight to the groomed trails. A popular hiking trail leads to the Carlshausturm, an observation tower with a fantastic view over the Harz Mountains.
In the immediate vicinity is the idyllic Waldseebad, a natural outdoor pool with a playground, a spacious sunbathing lawn, a diving tower and a volley court.
The adjoining Hoyerteich with its neat surroundings is a biotope and worth seeing in every season.
Secluded and still central –
Your family vacation UP IN THE HARZ!
tourist information office Hasselfelde
Breite Straße 17
38899 Oberharz am Brocken
Hasselfelde I Rotacker I Stiege
► Forest lake pool
Surrounded by forests, the Waldseebad Hasselfelde invites you to enjoy the summer. The lake is filled with Harz spring water and offers natural bathing fun. Large lawns around the lake offer space for sunbathing and playing.
► Western town Pullman City Harz
Pullman City Harz is a living western town in the heart of the Harz. The adventure park offers children as well as adults a journey through the time of the “Wild West” with pure adventure – feel like a real Indian or cowboy for once.
Dark coals, flickering fires and steaming charcoal kilns – the Harzköhlerei is one of the last charcoal plants that produces up to 50 tons of charcoal annually in a traditional way. Visit the museum, the shop or the cozy and rustic hut with many events.
► Harzer Schmalspurbahn in Hasselfelde
Take a steam train sometime, you can do that directly from Hasselfelde. From here you can reach the Brocken mountain, Wernigerode or Nordhausen.
►Hiking to the Carlshausturm
In the middle, between the Harz towns of Rotacker and Trautenstein, is the observation tower of the “Carlshausturm”. The tower with a height of 30 meters offers a fantastic view of the Brocken mountain and the Wurmberg mountain as well as the extensive Harz landscape.