This cross-country route leads over the Gebaberg. On the heights you can enjoy great panoramas of the Rhön and beyond.
Distance 5.2 km
Julius Greif shaped the region for many years. This trail was named in his honor. His work in the Rhön Club during the Second World War still brings numerous experiences for Rhön residents and tourists alike.
Update: January 30, 2023
Safety informationMost of the Rhön ski and cross-country trails are intended for use by skiers/cross-country skiers. If a walker "gets lost" on the route, we ask that you pass on the information that routes (partly) are reserved for winter sports enthusiasts, out of mutual consideration.
Tips and hintsInformation on groomed trails can be obtained from the snow hotline.
Getting thereThe Gebaplateau can be approached by car. To do this, leave the A71 at exit 21 Meiningen-Nord and continue on the B19 to Walldorf. Now you continue to Stepfershausen, which can be reached via Herpf or Rippershausen. From Stepfershausen you can reach Geba via Träbes. From here, follow the signs to Hohe Geba. Alternatively, you can park in the center of Geba and walk to the start of the trail.
- Parking lot Geba village center, 98617 Rhönblick-Geba | GoogleMaps
- Hiking car park Hohen Geba, 98617 Rhönblick-Geba | GoogleMaps
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