|Location:||Rosenstein, Heubach, near Schwäbisch-Gmünd.|
Guided tours: MAY to OCT after appointment.
|Classification:||Karst cave Collapsed Cave|
|Address:||Höhlenkundliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Rosenstein/Heubach e. V., Postfach 1345, 73535 Heubach. Vorstand: Gerhard Novak, Tel: +49-7173-8203. E-mail:|
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The Dreieingangshöhle (Three Entrance Cave) is one of about 40 caves at the Rosenstein near Heubach. This so-called mountain is actually a piece of the Swabian Jura plateau, cut off by river valleys. The cave is a cave ruin with three small entrances in a cliff face, which are linked behind the entrances. The narrow cave is much fun for children. The entrance area was frequented by man during Stone Age and Bronze Age.
The Höhlenkundliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Rosenstein/Heubach e. V. is the local non-profit caving club. The club offers guided tours for the caves of the Rosenstein area during summer, during winter the caves are gated for bat protection. The tour includes some walking and take around two hours. Walking clothes, sturdy boots and electric torch are required, helmets are recommended.