Mountain Biking Highlight
The Hohe Kanzel rises as part of the main Taunus ridge in the Rhein-Taunus nature park and in the municipality of Niederernhausen. Its summit is 2 km east-south-east of Wildpark, a residential area of the Engenhahn district, 1.7 km northwest, 2.3 km northeast of the Niederseelbach district, 2.7 km west of the Königshofen district, 3.9 km northwest of Naurod, a district of Wiesbaden, and 3.7 km east-northeast of Platte, a residential area of Wehen. To the north of the elevation is the source of the Daisbach near Engenhahn, into which the Tisbach brook flows to the southeast from the elevation in Niedernhausen.
The Hohe Kanzel is part of the main natural group unit Taunus (No. 30) and in the main unit Hoher Taunus (301) the subunit Wiesbadener Hochtaunus (301.2). The landscape leads south to the Georgenborn Nauroder Hangschuttfuß (301.20) and east to the Königshofer Pforte (301.21) nature area. To the north it falls into the subunit Eastern Aartaunus (304.3), which is part of the main unit Western Hintertaunus (304). 
The high pulpit is 591.8 m  high. Nearly 800 m west-southwest of its summit is a 592.3 m high nameless place in the direction of the Hoher Wald.
Parts of the fauna-flora-habitat area of beech forests extend north of Wiesbaden (FFH No. 5815-306; 41.243 km² in size) over the southern flank to the summit region of the forested Hohe Kanzel. Along the southern flank there is the FF area Theißtal von Niedernhausen with adjacent areas (FFH No. 5815-303; 82.51 ha) and the nature reserve Theißtal von Niedernhausen (CDDA No. 165875; 1993; 52.65 ha). Parts of the landscape protection area Wiesbaden extend to the southwest and south foot (CDDA no. 555513808; 2010; 133.2864 km²). 
April 2, 2018
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