In addition to the restaurant there is a bus stop and a car park. From here you can wonderfully start his tour through the Thuringian Forest.
The Dreiherrenstein itself is a rather unspectacular former landmark and is located directly on the Rennsteig.
October 22, 2018
In biosphere reserves, exemplary concepts for protection, care and development are to be developed and implemented together with the people living and working here. A biosphere reserve is more than just a protected area - it is a model region for sustainable development. The more than 600 biosphere reserves of the world are located on the sea, in the high mountains, in the desert, in steppes, river deltas, islands and marshes.
And, of course, some are located in the low mountain range, such as the Biosphärenreservat Thüringer Wald. It was already recognized by UNESCO in 1979, making it one of the oldest in Germany.
Source: Biosphärenreservat Thüringer Wald
May 1, 2019
The Große Dreiherrenstein is a crossroads of several old trade routes on the Rennsteig in about 808 meters altitude. It is the center of the Rennsteig and is also located on a watershed. Only 500 meters to the southeast is the named after the cross mountain Great Trinity, which represents the highest elevation of the environment.
In its more than 400-year history, several principalities, kingdoms and duchies met on the stone, it was passport and customs station at the same time.
At the famous crossroads lies the homonymous Waldbaude, where regional cuisine is served.
June 29, 2019
The Große Dreiherrenstein is a crossing point of several old trade routes on the Rennsteig at an altitude of approx. 808 meters. it is the center of the Rennsteig and also lies on a watershed. Only 500 meters southeast is the Großer Dreiherrnstein mountain, named after the crossroads, which represents the highest elevation in the area.
In its more than 400-year history, various principalities, kingdoms and duchies met at the Stein, he was both a passport and customs station.
November 4, 2018
The Rennsteig is a 170 km long Kammweg as well as a historic border path in the Thuringian Forest, Thuringian Slate Mountains and the Franconian Forest. He is also the oldest and with about 100,000 hikers annually the most-traveled long-distance trail in Germany. It begins in Eisenacher district Hörschel on the banks of the Werra and ends in Blankenstein (municipality Rosenthal am Rennsteig) on the Selbitz bridge. His waymark is a white R.
June 29, 2019
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