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Błędne Skały (lit. Errant Rocks)

The Błędne Skały reserve is located at an altitude of 852 m above sea level, in the Stołowe Mountains National Park, and constitutes the western part of the Skalniak ridge (915 m above sea level).


Differences in the resistance to weathering and erosion of sandstone layers with a silica or marly binder resulted in an unusual relief of the walls of the rock gorges, tunnels and individual rocks present here. Nature gave them fanciful shapes of mushrooms, clubs, hourglass, towers, creating a unique scenery of the “rock city”. A nature reserve was established here in 1957.


The prevailing humidity and darkness favor the development of rock vegetation, especially mosses and lichens, and in drier places also dwarf spruce, birch and rowan. The whole creates a unique wilderness and one of the most attractive corners of the Stołowe Mountains. Some of the rocks have their own names, such as Stołowy Głaz, Tunel, Kuchnia or Kurza Stopka. In the narrowest places, the gaps are several dozen centimeters each. Today, in the maze of rock formations, there is a tourist route of several hundred meters, which takes about half an hour.

Access: Wrocław-Góry Stołowe;
PKS, Route: Route 5 (8, E67), Route 8 (E67); 107.8 km

County: Kłodzko
Commune: Radków

Stołowe Mountains National Park, ul. Słoneczna 31, 57-350 Kudowa Zdrój
tel./fax. +48 74 8661436, tel. +48 74 8662097


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