The tourist paths of the Rhön are mostly used by other active people (hikers, mountain bikers, cyclists, walkers, horse riders, cross-country skiers, etc.).
We ask all active nature sports enthusiasts to show consideration for one another. Of course, the same applies to nature - it is worth protecting. In the Rhön, nature sports should therefore only be practiced in daylight on designated paths and areas.
From the parking lot at Friedrichshof, the path starts in a southerly direction. At the first crossroads, we follow the signs in an easterly direction to the Dorflinde natural monument and further through the forest between Engelberg and Dadenberg to the Ochsenstall hiking car park. Here we enjoy the magnificent panoramic view in a southerly direction of the Kuppenrhön with Wasserkuppe and Milseburg. Following the Reuterweg again in a north-easterly direction, the path leads around the Dadenberg back to the Friedrichshof.
all notes on protected areas
In Tann (Rhön), there are four bus stops. The Rhönhalle bus stop is the most suitable. The following LNG Fulda lines run from here:
Line 20: Tann - Hofbieber - Petersberg - Fulda
Line 24: Tann - Wendershausen - Lahrbach - Hilders
From Tann, the rest of the way to Friedrichshof has to be covered on foot.
On the A 7 exit Fulda Mitte, continue left towards Fulda, then follow the signs to the right towards Hofbieber - Tann. In Tann follow the signs to Kleinfischbach, after approx. 1.5 km turn left towards "Schweidhof" and follow the road for approx. 3 km follow to Friedrichshof.
Next to the starting point of the trail you find several free parking lots.