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  • Gohrisch
  • Viewpoint/viewing tower,…

Panoramic left-island table mountain

The 448-metre-high Gohrisch, also known as Gohrischstein, is located in the middle of a plateau that is characterised by other imposing rocky mountains such as the Papststein and the Kleinhennersdorfer Stein. This micro-region in Saxon Switzerland is often referred to as the "area of stones" by tourists.

The Gohrisch is part of the sixth stage of the famous Malerweg, which is one of the most beautiful hiking trails in Germany.

(Winter) hiking tips:

The Gohrisch as a photo spot:
The rugged plateau of the Gohrischstein offers numerous fantastic panoramic views over Saxon Switzerland.
Best time: Sunrise and sunset

  • View from the pavilion on the east side at sunset
  • View from the weather vane on the west side at sunset

Starting point: Hiking car park at Gohrisch
Public transport: Bus 244a HST Papststein - Papstdorf
Parking: Galgenschänke hiking car park

On the map

Auf dem Gohrischstein 1
01824 Gohrisch

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