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Fichtelberg - Ochsenkopf

Where is Mehlmeisel?

The Municipality of Mehlmeisel is located in the state of Bavaria in Germany. It is home to about 1,300 people and sits at the heart of Fichtelberg nature reserve in Upper Franconia at an altitude of 621m.

How is the Weather in Mehlmeisel?

Mehlmeisel enjoys a temperate climate. In the winter the lowest temperature is -5°C, while in the summer the highs are between 20°C and 25°C. Mehlmeisel sees most precipitation from November to January with an average of 133 mm. Check out our live webcam for the current weather forecast for today, tomorrow or the weekend.

What´s going on in Mehlmeisel?

Mehlmeisel is a popular holiday destination all year round due to its location in the middle of Bavarias Fichtelgebirge. Ochsenkopf, the second-highest mountain in Franconia, is only 10km away. In the summer hikers enjoy the numerous trails through amazing landscape. Klausenlift ski resort is the perfect destination for families and winter sport enthusiasts. Bayreuther Haus Recreation Centre caters for gastronomic needs and requirements of the visitors in winter and in summer.

What´s going on in Mehlmeisel in Summer?

Hikers and mountain bikers love Mehlmeisel, featuring numerous trails and paths of various degrees of difficulty suitable for families as well as experts. The 67 km Kosseine mountain biking trail is especially challenging. Further popular destinations are Waldhaus Mehlmeisel Wildlife Park, a fairy hiking trail, the Alpine slide in Bischofsgrün and Germany’s first zip-line park – your days at the Fichtel mountains will be exciting ones!

What to do in Winter in Mehlmeisel - Klausenlift

Mehlmeisel – Klausenlift ski resort offers ideal conditions for winter sports enthusiasts. Since 1968 three two-person chairlifts have been taking skiers and snowboarders to the spacious ski runs of Klausenhang. Family Land, the biggest in the north of Bavaria, is perfect for the little ones to make their first turns on the snow; a covered magic carpet takes the children up the hill. State-of-the-art snow-making equipment guarantees great skiing until spring. Night skiing is also possible until late in the evening. Groomed cross-country trails and winter hiking paths criss-cross the magic landscape of the Fichtel Mountains.