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A traditional Harz village

In the middle of the Harz town of Tanne, the needleleaf forests stand green and in narrow rows between the lush meadows. At the foot of the small village, the river Warme Bode winds calmly through the valley. Numerous rustic red-brown Harz cows cavort comfortably on the green slopes.

One of the oldest ironworks stood here in Tanne for centuries and determined the course of development of the once important mining settlement. Today the culture of this time lives on, especially in the numerous traditional festivals and the cultivation of customs and traditions.

Numerous hiking trails lead through untouched landscape and nature reserves, such as the circular hiking trail around Tanne and its surrounding area.

Whether or not you spend varied days with family or friends in the natural and cultural landscape of this Harz region – Tanne has the right offers for every type of holiday.

We look forward to your visit – here UP IN THE HARZ!

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What's up in the Harz town of Tanne?

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Experience Tanne

rustic, traditional and close to nature

Schaubauernhof Familie Thielecke
A traditional Harz good comes to life here. The family-run farm of Brockenbauer Thielecke includes a show farm, a breeding farm, a steak house, a farm café and a farm shop with a butcher’s shop.

The Kapitelsberg is located high above the picturesque valley Bodetal, leaving the village in the direction of Königshütte. Tanne’s “local mountain” is 528m above sea level and is easy to hike and a popular observation point.

Heimatstube and water wheels of Tanne
The water wheels of the former hut in Tanne are located right next to the Heimatstube and are therefore contemporary witnesses of the historical dates, photos and exhibits of the Harz town.

Tanner Kuhball and Skifasching
Tradition and fun are very important in Tanne. Therefore the inhabitants of Tanne celebrate the Tanner Kuhball every spring with typical Harz costumes and folklore, a festival procession and a cozy get-together. If winter allows it and Mother Hulda shakes a lot of snow out of her “beds”, then on a day in January or February the carnival revelers head out. A spectacle that you should definitely not miss.

Moosl’s tip

Moosl’s tip

“At the show farm of the family Thielecke you can watch little lambs, calves and even domestic pigs and maybe even stroke one or the other animal…”

Hiking in and around Tanne

“With every step in nature you get far more than you are looking for.”

(John Muir)

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