The Dreieingangshöhle is one of 40 caves known on the Rosenstein near Heubach. What is often referred to as a mountain is actually a part of the Alb plateau, which was separated from valleys. This cave is a cave ruin that has three entrances side by side in a limestone wall. In the mountain interior, the small-scale corridors are connected. The cave is especially popular with children. The entrance area was visited by people during the Stone Age and the Bronze Age.
The Speleological Working Group Rosenstein / Heubach e. V. is the local cave club. The association offers guided tours for various caves in the Rosenstein area. In winter, the caves are closed because of bat protection. The tours take about two hours, including the walk to the cave. Hiking clothes and walk-resistant shoes and a flashlight are required. If available, a helmet is recommended.
April 4, 2016
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