Walking routes

Palacký Path

Bozkov

The Palacký Path leads through the finest section of the Kamenice River and takes visitors as far as the ruins of the medieval castle of Návarov.

The Semily area: The Views around Semily

Semily

To Jára Cimrman’s lookout tower – 6 km, from Semily to Moravia – 9 km).

Kopanina - hiking trip to lookout tower

Frydstejn

The best place to start the trip to Kopanina is Malá Skála which is easy to get to, and which has well developed tourist base.

The Golden Path of Bohemian Paradise - The Turnov – Malá Skála Section (13 km)

Turnov

Route: TURNOV – Dolánky u Turnova – Bukovina – Drábovna –Frýdštejn Castle – Pantheon – MALÁ SKÁLA

The Lomnice area: On Top of Tábor Hill Even without Skis

Lomnice nad Popelkou

An easy trip with views – 9 km.

Around Humprecht and Kost Castles

Sobotka

This moderate trip (red level of difficulty) will take you to the Sobotka area, the Humprecht hunting chateau and Kost, the best preserved castle in Bohemia.

Kozákov - hiking trip to lookout tower

Chuchelna

Kozákov is the highest peak of the Bohemian Paradise, on the outskirts of the region in the place where it is neighbouring with the Jizerské mountains. It is true we will find the point which is higher by 100 metres, but the symbol of the whole region is Kozákov, among other things because on its slopes we will find sandstone rocks which are typical to the Bohemian Paradise. The highest point on which is located the lookout tower and a tourist lodge Riegrova chata was not originally the highest point of the summit, but the volcanic channel located about 2 km in the north-west direction. From the end of its volcanic activity, it means 4,5 mln. years ago, the mountain height increased by about 300 metres. It is now 744 m above sea level.

The Lomnice area: From Železnice to Bradlec

Zeleznice

An easy trip – 11 km.

The Golden Path of Bohemian Paradise - The Kozákov – Tábor – Železnice – Jičín Section (25 km)

Chuchelna

Route: KOZÁKOV – Komárov – Bačov – Vrcha –Zelený Háj – Bezděčín – Skuhrov – Rváčov – Morcínov – Košov – Tábor – Kyje – Železnice – Valdice – JIČÍN

Ski-jumping establishment in Lomnice nad Popelkou - hiking trip to lookout tower

Lomnice nad Popelkou

To get to the ski resort we will start off from Lomnice nad Popelkou. In this small place survived a lot of the small cottages, and in a suburb called Karlov the sanctuary for the relics of folk architecture was established, this area is under protection. The charm of the town can be discovered walking its other streets too.

The Turnov area: around the guard castles above the Jizera

Turnov

A trip of medium difficulty through the cliffs which will lead you to the remains of four castles and around the Jizera. It is 23 km long. The circular trip leads from Turnov to Frýdštejn, Malá Skála and then back to Turnov.

Kozinec near Nová Paka - hiking trip to lookout tower

Nova Paka

Nová Paka region is very interesting because of its minerals. In town surrounding areas one can find agate and other precious kinds of quartz, in the sediments of last period of paleozoic: fossils of tree trunks, and in some of the creeks we could be rinsing gold.

The Golden Path of Bohemian Paradise - Mladá Boleslav – The Mnichovo Hradiště Section (24 km)

Mlada Boleslav

Route: MLADÁ BOLESLAV – Michalovice – Josefův Důl – Bakov nad Jizerou – Klokočka – Klášter Hradiště nad Jizerou – MNICHOVO HRADIŠTĚ

The Semily area: Over Bozkov to Trails

Semily

A moderate trip – 16 km.

The Turnov area: The Hrubá Skála Circuit

Turnov

A less demanding trip through the cliff town of the central Bohemian Paradise. It is 14 km long. The trip leads from Turnov to Valdštejn Castle, through the Hrubá Skála area to the car park under Valdštejn and then back to Turnov.

The Turnov area: Through Klokočské skály to Kozákov

Turnov

A trip of medium difficulty through the cliffs which will take you to the roof of the Bohemian Paradise. It is 21 km long. The trip leads from Turnov to Kozákov and the back to Turnov again via Rotštejn.

The Jičín area: Wandering through the Marian Garden

Jicin

A medium difficulty trip through composed landscape– 19 km.

Tábor near Lomnice nad Popelkou - hiking trip to lookout tower

Lomnice nad Popelkou

Tábor was very important place of pilgrimage, and because from Lomnice nad Popelkou leads to it Way of the Cross, we start our excursion just there in Lomnice.

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