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The romantic labyrinth of sandstone rocks is situated above the left bank of the Jizera River near Besedice in Český Ráj. You can go along a round trail to see the most important places in this area. The main group of the rock formation is called Chléviště. It is known for a cave of an exile, Václav Sadovský from Sloupno, and for spectacular views.The group of rocks named U Kalicha hides in the middle of five rock gaps an altar with a carved chalice and date of 1634. The walls carry extracts from the Kšaft written by J. A. Komenský, poems about the Bible of Kralice, and poems by a Franciscan monk, J. Vitásek.
Access: from Malá Skála, up the steep hill around the Suché Skály to Besedice, or from Road 282 from Železný Brod to Rovensko pod Troskami, turn right in Koberovy.