List of the highest points of the German states

This list of the highest points of the German states shows the highest mountain or hill in each German federal state together with its height and links to lists of other mountains and hills.

State Highest mountain or hill Location Height above sea level
Baden-Württemberg Feldberg[1] Black Forest 1,493 m
Bavaria Zugspitze[2] Northern Limestone Alps 2,962 m
Berlin Großer Müggelberg Müggelberge 115 m
Brandenburg Heidehöhe Heidehöhe 201 m
Bremen Elevation in the Friedehorst Park 33 m
Hamburg Hasselbrack Harburg Hills 116 m
Hesse Wasserkuppe[3] Rhön 950 m
Lower Saxony Wurmberg[4] Harz 971 m
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Helpt Hills Helpt Hills 179 m
North Rhine-Westphalia Langenberg[5] Rothaar Mountains 843 m
Rhineland-Palatinate Erbeskopf Hunsrück 816 m
Saarland Dollberg Dollberge 695 m
Saxony Fichtelberg Ore Mountains 1,215 m
Saxony-Anhalt Brocken Harz 1,141 m
Schleswig-Holstein Bungsberg Holstein Switzerland 168 m
Thuringia Großer Beerberg Thuringian Forest 983 m

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