Nature reserve with unusual sandstone rock formations forms the basis of a nature reserve in the north of the Czech Republic. These are also the home to contorted canyons and wildlife-filled forests.
Your imagination will go wild as you look at the various shapes created by the rocks. You can go rock climbing, squeeze through gorges, take a boat ride or enjoy the fantastic views.
There are many trails, lakes, and incredible, very unique view. Make sure to save enough time to travel.
The Adršpach-Teplice Rocks are located in a triangle between the villages of Teplice nad Metují, Adršpach and Čáp Peak above the village of Skály.
Remember to book tickets in advance.
Czechia (Czech Republic)
Minimum 3 hours
Accessibility Level – Low
Czech koruna – CZK (Kč)
From: 60 Kc
Adršpach-Teplice Rocks, Adršpach, Czechia
Czech (official) and English
Kids, Teens, Adults, Seniors
- Full: 110 Kc to 160 Kc (depend on the time you book)
- Reduced: 60 Kc
- Family (2 adults, 2 children between 6 and 15): 290 Kc
- Dog: 50 Kc
- Parking: 150 Kc to 300 Kc per day
Rock lake and flatboat trip
Enjoy the views as you sail on the lake. The lake overflow creates The Great Waterfall, which is particularly magical in winter, as it freezes over every year.
The Great Waterfall
A gorgeous view is waiting for you at The Great Waterfall, which rolls down into a rock gorge from a height of 16 meters (52 feet). In winter, The Great Waterfall transforms into a magnificent icefall.
Take a walk in Teplice circular trail and admire the stunning and very unique scene of standing rocks. Make sure to save at least 3 hours for that trial. Along the way, you’ll find different attractions, including letter climbing, see the ruins of Střmen Castle, see the Guard Tower and get to the Great Temple Square to the Stone Chapel. Finally, squeeze through a narrow passageway into the Lion’s Cage, and you’ll find yourself in Krakonoš’ Garden.