Gipfelkreuz Sandhalde Charlottenhütte in Siegen-Niederschelden

At an altitude of 360 m, the summit cross is located on the slag heap of the former Charlottenhütte (founded on January 28, 1864) in Siegen-Niederschelden (North Rhine-Westphalia). A bench invites you to enjoy the fantastic view of the Siegtal, the Siegen districts of Niederschelden and Eiserfeld in the foreground, the Eiserfelder Bridge (A 45) and beyond to the city of Siegen.

Not far from here is the Birker Ley rock and, back in the valley, the Mudersbach/Brachbach teaching apiary. Along the hiking trail there are also wonderful views of Niederschelderhütte in the local community of Mudersbach (Rhineland-Palatinate) and the well-known Erzquell brewery in Druiden.Hexen.SiegerLand.

Brief description

The highest elevation of the slag heap of the former Charlottenhütte (360 m) offers hikers and mountain bikers a unique view of the Siegtal.

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