The Hüttenberg near Maikammer in the Rhineland-Palatinate county of Südliche Weinstraße is a subpeak, 620.1 m above sea level , of the Kalmit the highest mountain in the Haardt in the eastern Palatinate Forest of Germany. There is a blockfield, the Hüttenberg Felsenmeer, along the crest.
The Hüttenberg lies in the Palatinate Forest-North Vosges Biosphere Reserve and the Palatinate Forest Nature Park. Like the Breitenberg , the Taubenkopf , the Kanzel and the Wetterkreuzberg , it is one of the subpeaks of the Kalmit , the Palatinate Forest's highest summit. It is covered by woodland and is about 950 metres as the crow flies southwest of the main summit, with which it is linked via a gently sloping saddle, and west-northwest of the top of the Breitenberg. Its northern part, including the summit, is in the parish of Maikammer, the southern part belongs to Sankt Martin.
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