Day Trip

Rock City

Part of the Giant Mountains, the Adršpach-Teplice Rock City was formed through erosion creating distinctive towers, crevices, and walls. Over centuries, water further shaped the rocks, which now impress as a stunning maze of narrow gorges and deep ravines.

A Landscape Straight from a Fairy Tale

Geologic Marvel in the Czech Republic

Located in the picturesque region of Northern Bohemia, this stunning sandstone formation draws thousands of visitors each year, eager to witness its spectacular panoramas and unique geological structures.

Covering an area of about 17 square kilometers, the rock city offers a countless number of fascinating rock formations that resemble figures from fairy tales and legends. Notable formations include the "Mayor and His Wife," the "Lovers," the "Eagle," and the "Waterfall." The diversity and uniqueness of the rocks make this location a favorite among photographers, climbers, and nature enthusiasts.

Hiking Trails and Attractions:

The Adršpach-Teplice Rocks are crisscrossed with a network of hiking trails, allowing visitors to experience the beauty of nature up close. A highlight is a boat trip on the picturesque rock lake, surrounded by towering cliffs. For climbing enthusiasts, the region offers numerous routes of varying difficulty levels.

Protection and Conservation:

The Adršpach-Teplice Rocks are a protected natural area and part of the Natura 2000 network. This protected site aims to preserve the unique flora and fauna as well as the scenic beauty of the region. It's an example of sustainable tourism, where nature conservation is a priority.

Your Trip To The Adršpach-Teplice Rocks

A visit to this natural wonder is worth the drive, even if a Day Trip is recommended because of the huge area and the distance from The Lodge. The best times are in spring and autumn, when nature is at its most splendid and the crowds are smaller. The rocks are easily accessible, and the destination is a truly unique experience.


66 km

Drive time:

1:50 h


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