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Wolf Gorge Hike

Connection between Adršpach and Teplice rocks

Petr Liška
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Wolf Gorge Hike
Inserted: 24.02.2019
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Wolf Gorge is a popular connection for those who want to get really into their bodies and visit both Adršpach and Teplice rock town in one day. A yellow hiking trail leads through the valley and the traffic in it is of course not as great as in the rock towns it connects. It's about an hour's journey

Stairs and stairs

From the signpost „exit from the boats“, where we leave the classic circuit of Adršpach Rocks cesta, the journey continues over the stairs. There is simply not much for those who have painful joints.

Stairs and stairs
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Metuje

The first more interesting place on this tourist connection is the crossing of the river Metuje over a wooden bridge

Metuje
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Metuje Gorge
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Metuje Gorge

Here, Metuje enters an impassable rock gorge, which ends in the famous Adršpach Lake

Stairs second

As we fell to Metuji we must ascend again. However, with this passage we have the most challenging behind us

Stairs second
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Picturesque valley

After passing the stairs, the valley will expand and now you will only have a comfortable path, mostly downhill

Picturesque valley
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Road on rafts

The bottom of the valley is often waterlogged here, so the hiking trail leads along wooden rafts

Road on rafts
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Road between rocks

It would not be Adršpach, so that there are no attractive rock passages

Road between rocks
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Passage through the gorge

Some passages look quite interesting here

Passage through the gorge
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The lower part of the valley

The lower part of the valley runs along Skalní potok and is no longer so interesting. Before the very end of the valley, you will come across a turnoff to Teplice Rocks. Here, the frequency of tourists will be significantly higher.

The lower part of the valley
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