| Bavaria, Germany|
| Fichtel Mountains|
| Wartberg, Zwölfgipfelblick, Epprechtstein, Platte, Hohe Matze|Buchberg (Fichtel Mountains) Wikipedia
The Buchberg is a 674-metre-high mountain in the Bavarian Fichtel Mountains.
The mountain, which is formed from porphyritic granite, lies south of the village of Reicholdsgrün, in the borough of Kirchenlamitz in the district of Wunsiedel im Fichtelgebirge.
The Buchberg is cloaked by a forest, 23 hectares in area, which is one of the few near-natural stands of deciduous forest in the Fichtel Mountains (woodrush beech forest). As a result, the area has been a protected natural monument since 1938 and is also a designated Natura 2000 region.
On the north side of the granite rock face is a memorial tablet to Arthur Münch, who held the post of gamekeeper and forest manager for decades.