Imposing rock massif near Bad Münster

On the banks of the Nahe between the towns of Norheim and Bad Münster am Stein-Ebernburg is the mighty porphyry rock massif Rotenfels. With a height of 202 metres, the impressive rock is the highest steep face between the Alps and Scandinavia. The surrounding nature reserve is home to numerous rare plants and animals, and vineyards and woodlands border the rock massif to the southwest and north. From the Red Rock, hikers can enjoy a unique view of Bad Münster am Stein-Ebernburg and the entire surrounding region. A restaurant invites you to stop and linger. The Red Rock can be reached via several hiking trails or by car via the village of Traisen.


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