Pointed Stone and Gallows hill
Length 3 km / 45 min.
The walking circuit with nice views of the town leads along the forest path from the place where the church of St. John the Baptist and cemetery were. After a relatively steep climb (500 m) you will reach a rock formation with an iron cross, called the Pointed Stone. The ascent continues up to Gallows Hill, where the gallows used to stand still in the 18th century. Around the transmitter you can walk to the motocross area and from there on the pavement back to the town.
Romantic walk along
the Ohře River
Length 1 km / 20 min.
A romantic trail leads from the amphitheater along the right bank of the Ohře River. The route is broken through the the Kolowrat Rock (1819). A striped piglet by the locals called Zepras peeks over the entrance. The walkway is a popular view of the town. You can cross the river to Zahradní Street via the rocking bridge and from there you can ascend back to the square at several points of the city fortifications.
Length 1.2 km / 30 min.
Forest trail above the road with three observation points. From the gazebos and open viewpoint you can see the breathtaking panorama of the town. A memorial tablet is placed on the rock in honor of the scientist and archaeologist Anton Gnirs and his daughter Anna.
Length 6.5 km / 1.5 hours
Accessible for pedestrians, cyclists, paddlers. National Nature Monument Jan Svatoš (since 2007). A granite rock town called after the local legend Petrified Wedding Parade. Since the 19th century a popular tourist destination. There are 2 restaurants, a hanging wooden footbridge and a natural family ground Children’s Paradise.