This nature trail is a roundabout type, filled with informative boards, thus can be started literally from any crossroad.
It begins in Růžová village where paths to Kamenická stráň and Růžovský vrch cross. Many info boards will tell of various sites which we are about to meet there.
Following the yellow mark we come to the bottom of Bohemian Switzerland, the Růžovský vrch (mountain). Continue further down with yellow, finding a pre-war fortification from 1937-1938, built for guard the line. After that we join the blue touristic mark, leading to the ruins of Dolský mlýn (outlived in 1945). A steep climb upwards along the yellow mark leads to a rock top Nad Dolským mlýnem, sporting an awesome view of the Kamenice canyon. After that we arrive to the lovely village of Kamenná Stráň, which has been pronounced as village consevation zone for its architectural inheritance (namely the „underbuilt cottages).
We pass through Nová Ves, which was destroyed after WWII, formally claiming to have contained about 46 homes. Walking from the destroyed village, we can spot several stone wells. We clear out to another look out point at Pastevní vrch, towevering over the Růžová village (view of the table mountains in Saxon Switzerland and of Winterberg with Křídelní stěny). Climbing several hundred meters down, we come back to Růžová, our starting point.
- On foot
- For families with children
- For beginner walkers
- Nature Trail
- With attractions
- In search of viewpoints