The huge porphyry massif is the highest cliff face between the Alps and Norway with a height of 327 m above sea level. The guests enjoys a magnificent view of Bad Muenster am Stein-Ebernburg and the region. The rock is a nature reserve and home to a variety of rare plants and animals that are found only here in the region. Also for hikers the Red Rock fits perfect. One of the many trails leads directly along the edge of the massif. On the mountain is also a rest stop.
The Red Rock (Rotenfels) is located near the left shore between the villages of Norheim and Bad Muenster am Stein-Ebernburg. The border line in the south-southeast is the Naheweinstraße. In contrast, south and north are vineyards and forests, the zone boundary. Several trails lead through the mountain range. The platform is also easily reached by car via the town of Traisen.
Verkehrsverein Rheingrafenstein e.V.
Berliner Straße 60
55583 Bad Münster am Stein-Ebernburg
hours of operation
open all year