The Kleine Gleichberg is the 641.3 m above sea level. NHN somewhat smaller of the two singular equal mountains east of Römhild in the Grabfeld landscape in the Hildburghausen district, Thuringia.
On it is the Celtic oppidum Steinsburg.
Due to the proximity of its bigger brother, which is less than 3 km away and at 679 m, slightly higher, the Kleine Gleichberg is not particularly dominant.
However, its prominence is more than 200 m.
A hiking trail leads from the Steinsburg Museum, located directly on the saddle between the two Gleichberg mountains, almost straight ahead to almost the summit, only to circle it in a spiral shape at the last few meters.
From the stone plateau on the summit of the Kleiner Gleichberg, especially in winter, you can enjoy a good all-round view of the Thuringian Forest, the more distant Rhön, the Haßberge, the Straufhain castle ruins, the Veste Coburg etc., which in summer, depending on the direction of the compass and through the foliage , is partially restricted.(Source: Wikipedia)