Hiking Highlight (Segment)
The Edmundsklamm is next to the Prebischtor one of the tourist highlights in the Bohemian part of the National Park, just behind the German-Czech border.
The Edmundsklamm is a very narrow valley, which was developed at the time of late romanticism targeted as a tourist destination. The development was paid by Prince Edmund (1813 - 1894), the owner of the local area, hence the name.
The paths created during the development are partially carved in the rock, there are even some tunnels. Finally, the highlight is a weir reservoir, which can only be crossed by boat. For a fee of 70 crowns, about 3 euros per person, or 30 crowns, about 1.50 euros for children, you will be stopped by a boatswain in about 20 minutes through the narrow valley - as in Venice. This tells some interesting things and names the names of many rock formations.
August 7, 2018
This tour from Hrensko to Prebischtor, then continue on the beautiful panoramic path first to the wild gorge, through the Edmundsklamm back to Hrensko - just beautiful and absolutely recommended! Although not completely without with about 18 km, but it is worthwhile in any case! Unfortunately, we did not have this landscape "for ourselves" - but we definitely repeat it at one point!
August 10, 2019
Very nice but also very full. The best start in the morning then there's also a parking space (5 €). Between the two gorges there is a kiosk and "normal" toilets (no Dixi 😉). In the afternoon, there may be long waiting times when everyone wants to get back on the boat.
August 31, 2019
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