Our group set out around 10:00 in the morning, after purchasing maps for the hike at the park's tourist center (highly recommended you buy a map to avoid getting lost). The reserve is full of hiking trails which pass through the park and on to other parts of the Czech Republic. These trails are visibly marked and maintained by volunteers. Hiking in Prachov Rocks reserve includes easy and more challenging trails. We saw older people, as well as kids, hiking the trail that day. Our group fit in with those who are of the middle generation, i.e., those who are middleaged. Most of the footpaths we followed were at the intermediate level and safe for the most part. However, there were a few areas on the trail where sand covered the route, making the way slippery and slightly hazardous. Even so, the paths are very well maintained and offer beautiful scenic views of the valleys, towns and farms below.
Rocky stairs on the trail.
turn sideways in order to pass. This one was the
create an optical illusion. The rock on top looks to be balanced
on top of the stick and the other rock below. In reality,
both stones were stuck in between boulders.
I loved the way they had saved the tree and