From the car park of the outdoor swimming pool in Goßdorf, follow the signposts in the direction of Hankehübel and Goßdorfer Raubschloss. The paths are well signposted, but there are no coloured trail markings.
Through the village of Goßdorf and along meadows, we first reach the Hankehübel: the view from this vantage point is particularly impressive. To the north you can see the pointed Gickelsberg and Goßdorf, further to the right the Unger and the Tanzplan. To the east, you look into the rear of Saxon Switzerland - Winterberg, Bloßstock (Affensteinen) and behind them the volcanic mountains in Bohemia. To the southeast rise the Schrammsteine and the Zirkelstein and to the south the table mountains Zschirnsteine and the Hohe Schneeberg. Further to the right are the Pfaffenstein, the Königstein Fortress and the Lilienstein.
We follow the further course of the path and after about 1.4 km we reach the Goßdorfer Raubschloss, which is relatively hidden on a narrow rock spur above the confluence of the Schwarzbach and the Sebnitz. The old Schwarzberg castle used to stand there. It was located on an important link between Hohnstein Castle and the villages on the Hohe Strasse. The castle was first mentioned in a document in 1372. At that time it was owned by the Bohemian noble family of Berken von der Duba. After the castle passed to Saxony as part of the Hohnstein dominion in 1451, it fell into oblivion and decay. At the time of the late Romantic period in the 19th century, interest in the former Schwarzberg Castle was revived. An artificial ruin was built from the remains of the old masonry.
From the Goßdorf Robbery Castle, you descend steeply into the Schwarzbach Valley. After crossing the small Schwarzbach stream, turn left and follow the "yellow line" markings through the Schwarzbach valley towards Lohsdorf. After Lohsdorf station with the museum railway and past the country inn "Zum Schwarzbachtal", follow the village road a few metres to the left in the direction of Hohnstein. Soon turn left (Mühlweg) onto the Lohsdorf circular trail marked with a horseshoe. Follow the "horseshoe" up to the Gickelsberg. From the Gickelsberg you descend a steep path to Goßdorf back to the starting point of the tour.