Points of interest: Nature
Intended for: Family, Able-bodied tourist, school groups
How: on foot
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The summit of Vlčí Kámen (613 m) is part of the Ore Mountains and stands to the north of the town of Hrob and northwest of Dubí. Vlčí Kámen is an interesting and expansive rock formation and significant regional element built from the red quartz-porphyry of the Pramenáč type. You can reach it from Dubí-Pozorka along the blue hiking marks in the direction of the nature preserve in Mstišov, and this hiking symbol will lead you on across Vlčí Kámen all the way to Mikulov.
At Vlčí Kamen you can admire various rock formations, for example boulder runs, frost cabins and foothill stacks. The cliffs are rugged and romantic and there is a beautiful view from them to the wider surroundings. In a semi-circle view you can watch the Ore Mountains Bouřňák (869 m) and Stropník (856 m), mined out and recultivated sections of the North Bohemian lignite basin, the middle section of the Central Bohemian Uplands to the distant horizon of the Doupov Mountains and the Džbán highlands. You can see the Barbora reservoir and the city of Teplice, but the view itself extends all the way to Ústí nad Labem and Loun.
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