Caspar David Friedrich captured it in his paintings, the rugged chalk coast with its old beeches: the Stubbenkammer. The 1st symphony of Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) even got stuck at the Wissower Klinken. The composer completed the final movement of this work in Sassnitz. Today, the Stubbenkammer with its chalk cliffs and the UNESCO World Heritage Bchenwälder is a national park, the smallest national park in Germany.
Exploring the Stubbenkammer with its chalk cliffs, which are part of the Jasmund chalk coast, is a real must for visitors to Rügen. The 118-meter high Königsstuhl, located in the area of the Great Stubbenkammer, attracts about half a million visitors a year, who walk along the chalk cliffs along the beautiful paths in the shade of beech forests overlooking the sea in the direction through the National Park Center.