#4 Helpter Berge

Mountain #4 - Helpter Berge

Liebenwalde / Templin / Woldegk - Highlights


  • Liebenberg Palace: Liebenberg Palace is an imposing Baroque palace built in the 18th century. It is picturesquely situated in the middle of a park and today houses a hotel and a restaurant. The castle can be visited and guided tours are also offered.
  • Barnim Nature Park: Liebenwalde lies on the edge of the Barnim Nature Park, which offers a beautiful natural landscape with forests, lakes and rivers. Here you can hike, cycle or simply enjoy nature.
  • The city wall: Templin has a well-preserved medieval city wall, part of which dates back to the 13th century. A walk along the wall offers a beautiful view of the old town.
  • Templiner Seenlandschaft: Templin lies in the middle of a beautiful lake landscape with many bathing lakes, such as the Lübbesee and the Templiner Stadtsee. Here you can swim, go boating or simply enjoy nature.
  • A trolley ride on the Templin narrow-gauge railway: A popular activity in Templin is a trolley ride on the Templin narrow-gauge railway. Here you can explore the scenic surroundings on historic rails with a bicycle trolley.
  • Woldegk Castle: Woldegk Castle dates from the 17th century and is an imposing Baroque building. It was built on the foundations of a medieval castle and today houses the town's registry office.
  • Historic town centre: Woldegk has a well-preserved historic town centre with half-timbered houses and cobbled streets. A walk through the old town is a good way to enjoy the charming atmosphere.
  • Feldberger Seenlandschaft Nature Park: The Feldberger Seenlandschaft Nature Park is located near Woldegk and offers a picturesque landscape of lakes, forests and hills. Here you can hike, cycle or simply enjoy nature.

Mountain #4 - Helpter Berge, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is a state located in the northeastern part of Germany. Among the sixteen states in the country, it is the 14th most populous. It spans an area of 23,213 square kilometers, making it the sixth largest state in Germany in terms of land area. When it comes to population density, it ranks 16th. The state capital is Schwerin, while Rostock stands as its largest city. Other significant cities in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern include Neubrandenburg, Stralsund, Greifswald, Wismar, and Güstrow. The state got its name from the two regions it encompasses, Mecklenburg and Vorpommern. The name refers to the "nearer part of Pomerania," with the remaining part now located in Poland.

At 179 metres, the Helpter Berge are the highest mountain in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

With 179m by far higher then Müggelberg and the ascent is quite difficult to find and not the wilderness and remoteness were the challenge but to keep all the mosquitoes from stinging was a full time task. A few more kilometers north to Star Camp Cosa.