/ Czech Republic
26. 10. 2023
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↑ 202 m
↓ 202 m
max. 611 m n.m.
min. 547 m n.m.
Parking lot in the village of Tisá, located right next to the Tisá Walls. Parking is paid - 100 CZK/day.
From the parking lot in the village of Tisá we went past the church and followed the trail to the rocks. Following a nicely groomed nature trail, we soon came to a wooden booth in the so-called Rock Square. Here we bought tickets to the rocks. Then we went into the interior of the rocks.
A green hiking trail led us there. For a while we enjoyed the path between the high rock blocks, but soon we started climbing the stone steps. These led us to the top of the rocks. The trail leads a short distance from the edge of the cliffs, which opened up some beautiful views of the surrounding landscape. Especially southwards towards the Bohemian Central Mountains. We continued along the edge of the rocks. The trail then turned and we continued through the forest to the metal stairs. After them we descended to the lower part of the Tisá Rocks.
We continued along a sandy path that constantly zigzagged between the rocks. Often the path led through rock cavities and small caves. Eventually we returned to the wooden ticket booth. From there we continued on to the West Lookout, where another set of stone steps led us. The viewpoint offers a great view of the entire Tisza Walls and Děčínský Sněžník. From the viewpoint we descended steep stairs to the foot of the rocks and continued along the path. Another steep climb followed and more climbing between the rock walls. This part was really a rock maze. Beautiful. Eventually we made our way back to the ticket booth and then to the Tisá village parking lot.
A very pleasant trip in the fascinating world of rock mazes, towers and caves. There are ascents and descents on the route, which are very steep. The path is made easier by steel stairs or steps cut into the sandstone. Mostly, however, the paths are flat and there is plenty of time to enjoy the view of the beautiful rock formations. The trail is ideal for families, a stroller will definitely not pass through it.
The restaurant is in the village of Tisá. The route is short, just 1 litre per person.
Part of the route runs along the edge of the rock blocks and offers nice views of the surrounding countryside. Especially the Czech Central Highlands with Milešovka or Děčínský Sněžník.
When walking in the upper part of the rocks, it is necessary to be careful at the edge of the rock walls, where there are usually no railings or other barriers. Young children in particular should stay away from the edge. In wet weather, rocks and steps can slip.
The restaurant is in the village of Tisá.