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Information for school trips

Planning a school visit to the Adršpach Rocks? Here’s everything you need to know.

Information for school trips

Tickets for school group reservations must be made in advance via email

We will need to know:

  • the date and hour of your arrival
  • the number of people in your group
  • the name and address of the travel agency
  • the email and contact information of the leader of your group
  • possibly parking reservation

We have a limited capacity, a maximum of 2 groups per hour. Therefore, we may no longer have tickets available at the required time.

Ticket price

The ticket price is according to the current price list at the cashdesks. We will deduct 20% of the total price in the case of group discount. The ticket therefore costs 144 CZK / adult and 104 CZK / children, students and seniors. Admission is free for visitors from children's homes and special schools.

Are you interested in a guided tour of the rocks?

  • we offer guide services in Czech, English, German and Polish language
  •  the guide must be booked in advance by e-mail:
  • the guided tour lasts about an hour. It starts at the entrance gate to the rocks and continues along the green route to the Little Waterfall (1.3 km)
  • the price for providing the service is CZK 200

Where can we park?

The large car park is situated 200 metres from the entrance to the park - see information about transport.

Travelling by train or bus

Both the train and bus stop is located near the entrance gate to the City of Rocks. The train regularly goes from Trutnov and Teplice nad Metují.

Notice for tour buses

Buses and vehicles over 3.5 tons, going to Adršpach from the direction of Trutnov, must follow the route through Chvaleč, Radvanice and Jívka.


The restrooms are located at the entrance gate to the park as well as next to the food tents across from the main car park. ATTENTION: There are no restrooms located on the actual hiking trail. However, should an emergency present itself, we ask that you please don’t cause any harm to the environment and clean up after yourself. You’ll find garbage bins spread out across the entire trail.

Where will we eat?

You’ll find food tents a short way from the park exit. If you would prefer a restaurant, you’ll find a list of them on our website in the ‘services - food’ section. Keep in mind, however, that with such a large number of students, you will need to reserve your place at any restaurant. If you plan on bringing your own food with you, a rest area complete with a campfire is located directly behind the large car park.

What should we wear?

The trail measures 3.5 km, so you should plan at least 3 hours for your visit. We recommend dressing in comfortable athletic wear. During colder weather, wearing a layer of warm clothing is advised. An important part of your outfit should be high-quality, comfortable shoes. Be sure to bring enough water with you, a small snack, as well as a raincoat (if needed) and garbage sack. There are garbage bins spread out across the hiking trail and we would be happy if every piece of garbage finds its way inside one of them.

What else can you visit?

Apart from the trail through the rocks, you can also visit the Adršpach Chateau as part of an interactive trail. The Chateau will take you back to the days of the Wonderful Baron and the former spinning school, but you will also learn about the origins of Czech sandstone climbing. At the Chateau, you can also take part in a unique game that will pull you into the fairy tale filmed in the heart of the Adršpach Rocks: The Third Prince. If you would like to continue onward along the footsteps of nature and learn something about the local vegetation, Cross Hill is located directly behind the car park, from where a nature trail will take you off into the woods. The start of the nature trail can be found right next to the main car park.

Conversation with a forest ranger

Right from the start of your visit, your students can have a conversation with a forest ranger. They will explain that some things are and are not allowed in the park. The children will learn that in place of the rocks a sea once ruled these parts and, should someone ask who created the stone towers and canyons, they can go with the forest ranger to find the answer together.

Information centre

After having walked through the rocks, don’t forget to stop by our information centre. Here you can purchase souvenirs of your visit, local products, or address and send a postcard.

Guides who hold a Czech National Tourism Guide 1st and 2nd degree are entitled to free admission if they accompany a group of more than 20 people.

Information for school trips

Should you have other questions, don’t hesitate to call us at +420 731 151 656. We would be glad to help.

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