Teplice nad Metují Rock Town
The main entrance into the Teplice Rock Town is situated nearby the train stop Teplice nad Metují - Skály or 2 kms from downtown Teplice. One may also access the rock town from Janovice via Záboř or from Bischofstein. The walking trail in the Teplice Rock Town is 6 kms long and is navigated by blue tourist marks. In the spring (especially in April and May) parts of the trail may be temporarily closed to public as the loop leads through a nesting area of protected species of birds.
A view from the castle of Střmen
A steel stairway to the castle of Střmen is situated near the entrance. There is a beautiful view in all directions from the top of the castle - especially on clear and sunny days.
Elephant and Owl
Anna's Valley - at the fork
The self-guided tourist loop passes a rock chapel whose walls exceed 70 meters in height, which is where the nesting area of peregrine falcon - a protected species. The loop then climbs around Kamenec to a place called Amphitheater where the loop's highest point is situated. It is a passage called Elephant and Owl (Slon a sova).
The loop then passes through Anna's Halley (Anenské údolí) to a passage called Siberia (Sibiř). Because of the local climate conditions, snow often stays in here till the summer months before it finally melts.
Wolf Gorge (Vlčí rokle) connects Teplice and Adršpach Rocks. The Gorge is easily accessible for tourists and the walking trail to the Adršpach Lake in the eponymous rock town is about 4 kms long. The trail runs midway into the Adršpach Rock Town walking trail loop. A ticket bought for either of the two rock towns in valid in both of them only if one passes through Wolf Gorge.
Wolf Gorge - by the Adršpach Lake