The many tree-proven abysses and the extensive meadow slopes give the resort Rübeland its special character. Admire the mysterious caves, experience the magic of the beautiful crystal chamber in the Hermanns Cave and be amazed by the natural stage in the Baumanns Cave, the oldest show cave in the world.
The adventure trips with the historic Rübelandbahn over the highest railway viaduct in the Harz are varied. Beautiful hiking trailssuch as the Harzer-Hexen-Stieg,impressive observation points, excursions to the Rappbodetalsperre with the Megazipline and the suspension bridge or a visit to the outdoor pool “Bodeperle” complete the varied leisure offer.
Rübeland with its “rough” landscapes, historical attractions and geological wonderworks – let yourself be seduced by the impressions – here UP IN THE HARZ.
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► Dripstone caves of Rübeland
The Harz Caves (Baumanns and Hermanns Cave) enchant the visitors with their unique kingdom of nature and the multitude of dripstone formations and sintered structures. The caves are opened daily.
► Outdoor pool “Bodeperle”
Surrounded by the impressive rocks and forests of the Rübeland cave valley, the “Bodeperle” invites you to swim, splash around, play and relax. Families, sun worshippers and active people get their money’s worth here. Curious? Take a look – the Bodeperle team is looking forward to seeing you!
The special experience for railroad fans. Our historic Rübelandbahn with its breathtaking sections of the route is unique and a rarity in terms of railway technology. Here visitors meet pure nostalgia.
► Rappbodetalsperre with the suspension bridge
An imposing and impressive building to be amazed at with lots of action and entertainment and the longest suspension bridge of its kind. A visit should not be missing during your stay in the Harz region.
►Observation point “Hoher Kleef”
An observation point with a unique view. A viewing pavilion in temple-like style awaits the visitor with an impressive view down to Rübeland.
►Observation point Schornsteinberg
An observation point with a fascinating view of Rübeland. The Schornsteinberg actually owes its name to an old chimney.
Olms (Proteus anguinus Laurenti 1768) are caudates, that means amphibians that are related to our native amphibians and salamanders. Unique in Germany, these can only be viewed in the Hermanns Cave. Olms are very light-sensitive and shy animals, but maybe you will be lucky enough to spot these rare specimens on a guided tour?
Hiking in and around Rübeland
„What I haven’t learned, I hiked.“
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe