The short trail leads from the Rasdorfer Anger (largest village green in Hesse) to the pilgrimage church on the neighboring Gehilfersberg
Distance 3.2 km
Countless pilgrims walked this path as early as the 19th century. The 456 meter high Gehilfersberg is a basalt cone. It belongs to the Hessian bowling game. In the 16th century there was a cross on the summit, which was called "St. Gehülff". It gave the mountain its name.
The collegiate church on the Rasdorfer Anger is always worth a visit.
Update: June 29, 2022
Tips and hintsThe Rasdorf local supply center (meeting point Via Regia) with a butcher's shop, bakery and cafe is very close to the Angers. There is also a 24-hour shop for all kinds of groceries.
Getting thereThe hiking tour can be approached via the A7. To do this, leave the autobahn at exit 90 Hünfeld / Schlitz. From there you drive on the L3176 and the B27 in the direction of Hünfeld. A short time later you drive onto the B84 in the direction of Rasdorf / Geisa. This street takes you to the center of Rasdorf. There you turn onto the street Am Anger and arrive at a spacious car park.
ParkingYou find free parking spaces at the market square "Anger", Am Anger, 36169 Rasdorf | GoogleMaps
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EquipmentYou can walk this trail with regular shoes.
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