The white limestone cliffs Friesener Warte at Hirschaid over the Regnitztal tower stand out prominently.
The Friesener Warte is a 561.7 m above sea level. NN high mountain of the Franconian Alb in the area of the market towns Hirschaid and Buttenheim in the Upper Franconian district Bamberg
In good weather, the view extends far into the Franconian Switzerland, the Steigerwald, the Obermaintal and even in the Rhön
The Kordigast is a witness mountain of the Franconian Alb at Altenkunstadt in the Upper Franconian district of Lichtenfels (Bavaria) consisting of two neighboring sub-mountains, the Kleiner (538.1 m above sea level) and the Großer Kordigast (535.7 m above sea level). He is the northernmost foothills of the Franconian Alb.
The mountain was first settled by the Celts in the 4th and 5th century BC.
The mountain is a popular hiking destination.
You start the circular walk in Hohenstein (municipality Ahorn near Coburg) at the parking lot of the restaurant and wine bar "Alte Henne." The way leads through the Hohensteiner forest.
There are still very old Weganlagen and stairs. He roams mysterious rock formations with many legendary rock formations. We were often there as children on these climbing rocks. The name "High Stone" refers to pre-Christian times, which were of important mythological significance. Along the way you can still see witnesses of this time in the form of healing and sacrificial stones