Friedrichsberg (Naab Mountains)

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Stein at the summit of the Friedrichsberg. Jpg
height 631  m above sea level NHN
location Bavaria , Germany
Mountains Naab Mountains
Coordinates 49 ° 27 '24 "  N , 12 ° 1' 37"  E Coordinates: 49 ° 27 '24 "  N , 12 ° 1' 37"  E
Friedrichsberg (Naab Mountains) (Bavaria)
Friedrichsberg (Naab Mountains)

The Friedrichsberg , also called Steinköppl , in the Naab Mountains is 631  m above sea level. NHN high elevation in the Bavarian district of Amberg-Sulzbach in Germany .


Geographical location

The Friedrichsberg is located in the area of ​​the municipality of Freudenberg .

Natural allocation

The Friedrichsberg is located in the western Naab Mountains , the westernmost branch of the Upper Palatinate Forest . The main natural unit group to which the Friedrichsberg belongs is the Upper Palatinate-Bavarian Forest .

The single sheets 1: 200,000 for the manual of the natural structure of Germany structure the area as follows:

Culture and sights

Ring wall

The dating of the ramparts is unclear, it is estimated to be prehistoric, prehistoric or medieval . Only a round ring wall made of rubble stones with a diameter of 16 or 20 meters and a height of half a meter to one meter has survived from the fortification.

Four panels

To the north of the summit, two forest paths cross, which used to be part of important old road systems. This is on the one hand the Bernsteinstrasse and on the other hand the east-west axis, i.e. the connection from Nuremberg via Amberg into Bohemia. At the intersection of these paths there is a signpost with four boards pointing towards the villages of Ellersdorf , Rottendorf , Trisching and Etsdorf .

Economy and Infrastructure

Hiking and Nordic walking signposts on Friedrichsberg

The Höhen-Berg-Weg (Höhen-Berg-Weg), a 17 km long circular hiking trail and route 5, the longest and most demanding route in the Nordic Walking Sports Park around Freudenberg, leads over the Friedrichsberg.


  • Ilsebill Pröls: The Heiligenberg . In: THE EISENGAU . tape 19 , 2002, pp. 100-118 .

Web links

Commons : Friedrichsberg  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Emil Meynen , Josef Schmithüsen : Handbook of the natural spatial structure of Germany . Federal Institute for Regional Studies, Remagen / Bad Godesberg 1953–1962 (9 deliveries in 8 books, updated map 1: 1,000,000 with main units 1960).
  2. Various authors: Geographische Landesaufnahme: The natural spatial units in single sheets 1: 200,000 . Federal Institute for Regional Studies, Bad Godesberg 1952–1994. → Online maps .
    • Sheet 164: Regensburg (Dietrich Jürgen Manske 1981; 64 pages)
  3. ^ Bavarian State Office for Monument Preservation
  4. Ilsebill Pröls: The Heiligenberg . In: THE EISENGAU . tape 19 , 2002, pp. 103-104 .
  5. gri: New "four panels" show the way. In: Der neue Tag - Oberpfälzischer Kurier, Druck- und Verlagshaus GmbH, May 19, 2018, accessed on June 27, 2020 .
  6. Höhen-Berg-Weg. Retrieved June 14, 2020 .
  7. ↑ The Freudenberg community is setting up a "Nordic Walking Sports Park" - costs are around EUR 26,800. With two sticks into nature. December 1, 2004, accessed June 14, 2020 .