The Hohloh is a mountain, 988.3 m above sea level (NHN), on the eastern main ridge of the Northern Black Forest in Germany. It lies near the village of Kaltenbronn in the borough of Gernsbach, a town in the county of Rastatt in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. Its summit is the highest point in the borough of Gernsbach and the eastern chain of the Northern Black Forest, the ridge between the rivers Murg and Enz. A mountain pass runs northeast of the summit plateau between the two river valleys passing over the saddle of Schwarzmiss (933 m).
Characteristic of the Hohloh is its flat bunter sandstone kuppe with its observation tower, the Hohloh Tower (Hohlohturm) and a raised bog and bog lakes on the plateau which are protected.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Schwarzmißhütte located 981m/3 220ft NE of the summit.
By elevation Hohloh is
# 1 out of 3 in Kaltenbronn # 13 out of 95 in Landkreis Rastatt
By prominence Hohloh is
# 1 out of 3 in Kaltenbronn # 1 out of 95 in Landkreis Rastatt # 19 out of 3504 in Baden-Württemberg # 45 out of 21663 in the German Highlands
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