|B&B from||Half board from||Full board from|
|€ 24.00||€ 30.50||€ 36.00|
The Youth Hostel is located in a former mill, in a peaceful setting next to woodland.
The Environmental|Youth Hostel has 62 beds in two to six-bed rooms, a dining and creativity room as well as a cosy old "Hutzenstube" workshop. There are modern showers and WCs on each floor. In the expansive grounds (6 ha) guests will find the outdoor classroom, a ball game field, a barbecue and campfire area, the herb garden, and the working mill wheel (2 metres in diameter). Bicycle storage available.
Max. number of participants
|Floor||Rent per day|
|Hutzenstube||36 sqm||40||30||30||20||20||GF||€ 30.00|
|Kreativ- oder Schulungsraum||24 sqm||36||30||26||16||16||GF||€ 30.00|
|Speiseraum||77 sqm||90||80||60||40||36||GF||€ 60.00|
CD player, DVD player, flip chart, internet access (WiFi), overhead projector, presentation case, projector, screen, slide projector, TV set, video recorder
Max. number of participants
|Floor||Daylight||Rent per day|
|Speiseraum||77 sqm||3.0 m||60||30||GF||yes||€ 60.00|
|Hutzenstube||36 sqm||3.5 m||40||-||GF||yes||€ 30.00|
|Kreativ-/Schulungsraum||24 sqm||3.0 m||36||-||GF||yes||€ 30.00|
Around the Youth Hostel itself there's plenty to do and enjoy. In addition to the sports ground for football and volleyball, the very large, natural grounds also have a playground for children, nature trail and a large pond with water wheel. Guests can also play table tennis or make use of the campfire and barbecue area. There are plenty of opportunities for winter sports on cross-country trails and pistes not far from the Youth Hostel. There is a ski lift about a kilometre from the Hostel - skates and skis can be borrowed. In summer, on the other hand, a walk to the heated swimming people two kilometres away is well worth it.
Why not explore the surrounding region? You could plan trips to Oberwiesenthal - Germany's highest town -, to Annaberg-Buchholz with technology museums like Frohnauer Hammer and the visitors' mine, to the remarkable St. Anne's Church, to Bärenstein mountain, Pöhlberg mountain or Hirtstein mountain ("Basalt Rose"), or explore the Schwarzwassertal or travel to the neighbouring Czech Republic. Travelling on the little railway from Jöhstadt to Steinbach , followed by a visit to the 14th-century mining tunnels is always great fun for young and old alike.
Partners, links, tips and background information
The following is a list of some of our regional partners and interesting tips for your stay. Do you have any information you think is missing, or perhaps you would like to be listed as well? Please contact us.
Jöhstadt - with the districts of Grumbach, Schmalzgrube and Steinbach
The town of Jöhstadt, including the district of Grumbach, presents itself with information on tourism, culture and history.
Cross-country trail in front of the Youth Hostel and ski slope in Jöhstadt
Jöhstadt ski resort with plenty of cross-country trails and a children's lift, as well as a large lift with steep slope - Information on opening times and prices.
"Andreas-Gegentrum-Stolln" visitors' mine
Digging began in the Andreas Gegentrum Mine back in 1748. From 1984 mining enthusiasts from Steinbach and Jöhstadt began clearing up the pit area, in order to preserve this piece of mining history for posterity.
Preßnitztalbahn museum railway
Preßnitztalbahn - The loveliest narrow-gauge railway in Saxony!
In 1892, the trains of the "old" Preßnitztalbahn puffed their way for the first time from Wolkenstein up to the mountain town of Jöhstadt. With a track length of 23 kilometres and a 750-mm track gauge that is typical of Saxony's narrow-gauge railways, it winds its way through the narrow valleys of the Preßnitz and the Schwarwasser.
Association for Landscape Conservation Central Erzgebirge Mountains
Rendering rural areas attractive and liveable is what we are all about. To this end we plan and coordinate initiatives aimed at preserving our cultural landscape. People and nature - two powers that have unmistakably shaped our region - are in the focus of our work.
Erzgebirgsverein e.V. (Ore Mountains Association)
Vergaß dei Haamit net ("Never Forget Your Home")
The Erzgebirgsverein strives to maintain the traditions of the Ore Mountains. For example, the association's magazine "Glückauf" contains articles concerning the history, culture and nature of the Erzgebirge, as well as news from the association itself.