The Schultiskopf lies in the highest part of the Central Black Forest and, at 1,076.6 m above sea level , is a ridge-like subpeak of the Obereck ).
The Schultiskopf, together with its western neighbour, the Höllkopf ) forms a 2.5-kilometre-long rocky ridge whose steep northern slopes drop up to 550 metres into the valley of the Haslachsimonswälder Bach and whose southern side descends 400 metres into the Ibichbach valley. A footpath runs along the ridge, having climbed from Altsimonswald in the valley of the Wilde Gutach ), and via the Obereck to the Farnberg Plateau between Rohrhardsberg and Brend. From the Höllkopf the Kostgfäll Ravine to the north, which runs parallel to the path, may be reached on unmarked forest tracks and linking footpaths.
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