The Litberg is, at 65 metres above sea level , the highest point in the district of Stade, Germany. It lies about 2.5 kilometres south of Beckdorf in the municipality of Sauensiek. The Litberg is small hill covered with birch, pine, willow and alder, which was formed from an Ice Age moraine. It forms a protected area on the geest west of the Harburg Hills.
The hill can best be accessed from the south, from the town of Sauensiek, or from the north, starting from Beckdorf or its subdistrict of Goldbeck. From the east, one can also start from the village of Regesbostel.
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