Ardspach-Teplice rocks

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Ardspach-Teplice rocks Reviews

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Nature wonders - the Ardspach rocks Jul 04, 2012
The Adršpach-Teplice rocks in far north-eastern Bohemia are, along with the caves of the Moravian Karst and the Bohemian Paradise, among the most beautiful natural features of the Czech Republic.The Adrspach-Teplice Rocks are a 17 square kilometer park of incredible sandstone rock formations in the Czech Republic. The area has been designated a national park and runs between two towns: Adršpach and Teplice nad Metují.

The rock formations at Teplice are just as spectacular, so I think these rocks are more popular because there’s more water here. Coming from the Wolf Gorge end, you’ll cross the small lake, walk along the large lake and then come to the equally imaginatively named ‘large waterfall’ and ‘small waterfall’. The trail then follows a loop through most well-known and photographed formations in the park, like the Mayor (Starosta), the Great Panorama, the Organ Pipes, the Guillotine and Medusa’s Head.
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freespirit3 says:
Pretty area. I would love to visit. :)
Posted on: Jul 05, 2012
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