Cascades and waterfalls on the Jedlová stream
Jedlový důl is a nature reserve above the village of Dolní Maxov in the Jizera Mountains in the district of Jablonec nad Nisou. The protected area is located in the valley of the Jedlová stream, which is a left tributary of the Kamenice river.
Waterfall in Jedlová
The highest stage of the waterfall on the Jedlová stream is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the Jizera Mountains. It is about 5 meters high and its flow is about 200 l / s
NS Jedlový důl
On the approximately 2-kilometer route, you will find a total of nine stops with information boards, which will introduce you to the local fauna and flora. Learn more about rock formations and waterfalls. The route starts near the Josefův Důl train station and ends behind the Jedlová waterfalls.
1st and 2nd stage of the Jedlová waterfall
Off the trail, you will have a view of the second stage of the waterfall
Another of the many waterfalls in Jedlová
About 600 m above Pekelná pond there is a false two-stage waterfall with a small plate with a total height of 2.5 m
Cascade on Jedlová
One of the many cascades on Jedlová
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