The tour highlights a picturesque hike through the spectacular rock labyrinth of the Stołowe (Table) Mountains, the only range of such type in Poland. Alternatively, on the other side of the border in the Czech Republic, you may visit the Adršpach-Teplice Rocks Reserve. It is one of the biggest and wildest 'rock towns' in Central Europe with some fantastic sandstone stacks up to 80 metres, lakes and waterfalls. A short drive brings you next to the unique Chapel of Skulls near Kudowa Zdrój. Within a modest looking church are skulls and bones of over 3000 people, decorating the ceiling and walls arranged in various patterns with another 21,000 skeletons stuffed in the church crypt below. The next stop in a picturesque health resort of Kudowa Zdrój should lift your mood. Take some time to explore the spa complex, taste its renowned mineral water and enjoy a break at a local cafe and pastry shop. Next, cross the historic town of Kłodzko en route to Wrocław. A special stop can be made to view the impressive 18th-century military fortress overlooking Kłodzko's Old Town. Complete your day with a glimpse of the picturesque panorama of Ząbkowice Śląskie, a historical town featuring the peculiar Leaning Tower.
Price includes transport, guide, entrance to Stołowe Mts National Park or Adršpach-Teplice Rocks Reserve, Chapel of Skulls, pump room in Kudowa Zdrój, refreshments. Please bring appropriate waterproof clothing and walking shoes. This tour is not recommended for people with walking difficulties. If you choose to visit the nature reserve in Czech Republic you need to bring your ID card/passport.