This is a 14 km long hiking trip through the cliff town of the central Bohemian Paradise one of the most beatiful natural sight in the Czech Republic!
The trip leads from Turnov to Valdštejn Castle, the oldest castle in the Bohemian Paradise, through the Hrubá Skála area to the car park under Valdštejn and then back to Turnov.
Turnov is a city which lies at an intersection of ancient trade routes in an area with numerous traces of prehistoric settlement. The Hrubá Skála area is one of the most significant rock towns characterised by imposing towers and steep canyons. The relatively low resistance of the sandstone has caused a wealth of shapes to be created in the cliff walls.
We are going to see also the Marian lookout, which offers a well-known postcard panorama of Hrubá Skála, Trosky and Kozákov. There is also a wonderful view of the rock formation called the Dragon Cliffs.
IMPORTANT NOTE: It’s a hiking trip, so we will not go to any restaurant, so please have a refreshment with you. We will visit a café at the end of our walk but it’s still better to take our own food.
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