The Baier forms the most powerful basalt summit of the Thuringian Rhön. He dominates with his 714 meters, the small cauldron of the Feldatales near Dermbach. The striking mountain is part of the Biosphere Reserve Thuringian Rhön and the interface between Thuringian Kuppen- and Vorderrhön. Here, the hiker will find a variety of flora and fauna, impressive boulders and ring wall installations.
June 19, 2018
The Baier is a 713.9 m above sea level. NHN high mountain of volcanic origin on the northern edge of the Rhön in Thuringia.In the summit area on the north and east slopes of the mountain, 2 concentric ring walls made of basalt boulders can still be seen today, which protect the summit plateau.From the summit you have a wonderful view of the valley, which you can enjoy on the bench - with a short break 🥪🍎🥤 ..There are 2 benches on the summit -> one directly after the ascent - on the basalt stones and the summit book -> the other a little further down with the excellent view!
April 9, 2021
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