After picking you up in the morning from your hotel and approx. 2 hours drive we will arrive to small town of Hřensko, the starting point for 15km circular route that takes about six hours to complete. The path to the Edmund Gorge, named after Prince Edmund Clary-Aldringen, leads first to the immense sandstone arch called the Pravčice Sandstone Gate. This is an iconic image of Czech Switzerland. After that we will climb a forest trail beneath a steep rock wall and cross a small suspension bridges to the lower slopes of the Malý Pravčický peak. We will continue along the Gabriela Trail, which hugs the rock walls and offers occasional views of the area’s well-known rock formations, including the Sugar Cube and the Winged Wall. From there we will continue to village Mezní Louka where we´ll have a lunch in nice local restaurant.
After lunch we will continue along a rocky ravine to the narrow valley of the Kamenice River. The route along this waterway is lined with sandstone towers and leads you to the upper row boat jetty in the Divoká Gorge. The only way to proceed further is to climb in a boat. The 600m-long boat trip through the Divoká Gorge passes through several man-made tunnels and rock galleries and brings you to Edmund Gorge with its artificial waterfall. From the point where you disembark the boat, it’s just a 1.5 km ride back to Hřensko. There we can enjoy a cup of tea, coffee or glass of beer and start our return journey back to Prague.