The stone lies somewhat inconspicuously between two tree trunks, to the right of the path when you come from the Drei Buchen car park and have passed the refuge. Someone has also carved his name and a car into the stone.
According to a geocaching description, the three-arm means:
In the 13th century, stones were roughly worked on and introduced as a boundary marker. These stones were mostly made into an elongated shape. The delimitation of the high court districts finally caused the boundary stone to establish itself as a boundary marker. Another factor was the interest of the rural population in clearly marking the streets and commons. In this way, private and shared rights of use should be separated from one another and at the same time protected against attacks. Furthermore, the different municipal areas should be demarcated from each other, which was reinforced by population growth, city foundations and urban expansion.  In the 14th and 15th centuries, the boundary stone was introduced into the delimitation of sovereign and legal boundaries. Boundaries were also increasingly set at property boundaries. If a boundary stone marks the meeting of not only two but three districts, one speaks of a three-march. (Https://coord.info/GC86YAY)
September 23, 2019
Interesting crossroads with many branches and rest options.
If you take the time, you can discover many special features carved out of wood on the way from the Triefelsblickhütte. Little things are "hidden" on the entire square, which can be discovered with a little bit of care.
June 11, 2019
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