Singletrack Glacensis

The project entitled Singletrack Glacensis is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg V-A Program Czech Republic - Poland

Pastoral Rocks – Idzików

Shepherd's rocks are a group of picturesque rocks made of chalk conglomerates, stretching in a row along the 591 m ridge, which is the south-eastern end of the Idzikowo Upland in the Upper Nysa Row.

The road to Kamienna Street leads along their eastern foot. The rocks grow among a rare grove. A very popular legend is associated with them about 4 shepherds and a dog turned into stones for profaning bread. There are actually 7 rocks, 4 large, 1 medium, the rest are boulders. The rocks are 6.0 - 10.0 m high, 1.5 - 3.0 m thick and 8.0 - 20.0 m long. They form the most famous rock formation in this part of the Kłodzko Region, where rock climbing is possible.
City
Idzików
Lat
50.279395797692885
Lng
16.72924876213074
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