The barrow can be reached from two sides: once via Babenhausen, coming from the Wichtelwald day care center via Rennweg. After the level crossing, turn left after about 200m.
Or via the extension of Gersprenzstrasse in Harreshausen. From here it goes straight to the edge of the forest. At the edge of the forest (parking lot) you walk left into the forest (Rennweg), from here it’s about 300m, then right.
In front of the grave is the information board showing the cross-section of a barrow with the grave goods from that time. If you look through the peephole on the board, the picture on the board is embedded in the landscape exactly at the location of the grave.
In the late Bronze Age, around 1200 to 800 BC, the barrows of Harreshausen were built. They are located on an ancient connecting road, the “Rennweg”. Around ten burial mounds from the Celtic era lie in the forest here. For the ignorant, however, they are difficult to make out because they hardly stand out from the forest floor. In addition, trees and bushes grow on it. If you don’t know the exact location, you will hardly find the historical places of the Celts.