Holidays in the Ore Mountains in Saxony

Three cozy AHORN Hotels & Resorts promise a remarkable holiday in Saxony. The Ore Mountains in Eastern Germany are known for their stunning natural scenery. In Oberwiesenthal, the highest town in Germany and a popular ski resort in the Ore Mountains, the 3-star Superior AHORN Hotel Am Fichtelberg as well as the 4-star BEST WESTERN Ahorn Hotel Oberwiesenthal welcomes its guests. Situated between the mountains Keilberg and Fichtelberg, active holidaymakers and winter sports enthusiasts can enjoy excellent conditions for hiking, biking or skiing as well as cross-country skiing.

Close to Dresden, lies the town of Altenberg, which offers likewise a wide range of activities for an active hiking or winter sports holiday in Saxony. The AHORN Waldhotel Altenberg offers perfect conditions for cross-country skiers, due its direct trail access. In addition numerous ski runs and the bob sled are waiting to be explored.


Best Western Ahorn Hotel Oberwiesenthal

  • 4-Sterne Wellnesshotel in Oberwiesenthal
  • Entspannung und Ruhe im Erwachsenenhotel
  • verschiedene Innen- & Außen-Saunen und Bäder
  • großzügiges Massage- und Kosmetikangebot
  • Aktiv im Hotel und in der Umgebung
from EUR 50 pp
inkl. Frühstück
Active • Family • Winter sports

AHORN Waldhotel Altenberg***S

  • Only 40 kilometres from Dresden
  • Situated in the climatic spa of Altenberg
  • Hiking in the Ore Mountains
  • Direct trail access
  • Indoor and outdoor pool
  • Tennis court and golf driving range
from EUR 47 pp
incl. half board
Active • Family • Winter sports

AHORN Hotel Am Fichtelberg***S

  • directly situated at the ski run
  • located in the climatic spa of Oberwiesenthal
  • varied outdoor and hiking activities
  • Activies for young and old
  • Mountain biking and cycling
  • Skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing
from EUR 47 pp
incl. half board
4-stars adults only hotel in the Ore Mountains

Best Western Ahorn Hotel Oberwiesenthal

  • 14+ adults only hotel in Oberwiesenthal
  • directly at the Fichtelberg - close to the city center
  • Wellness and beauty treatments
  • Different saunas and steam baths
  • hiking and mountain biking
  • skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing
from EUR 50 pp
incl. breakfast

Excursions in Saxony

The Saxony is a state with 1000 years of cultural history and scenic beauty and has much to offer for a relaxing as well as cultural holiday. Traditional craftsmanship, varied culture and art as well as modern manufacturies form Saxony excursions’ diversity. Impressive cities like Dresden, Leipzig and Chemnitz are in close proximity. Numerous castles and the historical steam railway are among the great cultural-historical heritage of the state. The unique natural landscape offers everything for people, who enjoy being active and outdoor. Whether you like to spend your family holidays in Saxony or go on a trip without your children – a vacation in Saxony offers everything that makes your heart beat faster.

Active sports in Saxony

Active sports in Saxony

Your Saxon adventure is calling! Saxony is known for its comprehensive leisure activities and is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you want to go hiking, cycling or mountain biking, do winter sports or explore the countryside on a motorbike - holidays in Saxony are what you want them to be: adventurous, relaxed and varied.

Oberwiesenthal and Altenberg are also famous for their summer toboggan run or bobsled.

Aktivsport Sachsen

Explore the Ore Mountains

The Ore Mountains are a mountain ridge in Saxony in Germany and Bohemia in the Czech Republic. In addition to its breathtaking landscape, the area is famous for its mining culture as well as its traditional handicrafts. The so-called ErzgebirgsCard allows you to explore numerous sights and attractions for a reduced price.

Look forward to about 100 free sights and about 30 attractive discounts in museums, castles, thermal baths and historical trains across the entire Ore Mountains. Your ErzgebirgsCard also includes free transportation in mass transit system of “Verkehrsverbund Mittelsachsen”.