Bílý Potok means white brook in Czech. It is a town in the Liberec District, North of Prague, close to the Polish border. We saw the rocks of Frýdlantské cimbuří (Frýdlantské battlements) from the town and decided it would be great to hike up there.
This is the other stream. Guess what? This is called Černého Potoka or Black Brook.Still climbing up through the trees.
Granite outcrop on the way up. There was a metal ladder leading to a view point on top.
Frýdlantské cimbuří (Frýdlantské battlements). Apparently first climbed in 1912. (900m)
Again. You can see the metal access ladder installed in 1978.
Trees damaged by pollution.
I love interesting rock formations.
Oh yes, I pretty partial to these as well.
We stayed at a camping site in the town, the chalets for rent were booked up, so we stayed in a large frame tent belonging to the owner. No time wasted erecting and dismantling our tent and it was much more spacious. The town itself was not what most would consider to be pretty. A lot of industrial decay in evidence. It does have its own railway connection though,