6 Places to Visit

If by a stroke of luck you’re already here or are considering coming to our area and wondering what cool things Lasówka has to offer, we’re here to help – below you’ll find a few top attractions our region is famous for. Remember that due to their popularity, during summer, long weekends, and beautiful summer days, you may encounter larger crowds, especially between 11 am and 3 pm. However, usually planning your trip in the early morning or late afternoon is enough to avoid tourist crowds even at the peak of the season.


And if you’re looking for tranquility in the mountains but still want to see the region’s biggest attractions, we recommend the period from April to June and our beautiful golden autumn when tourist traffic noticeably decreases, even in the most popular places, and you’ll only encounter a few hikers on the trails.

Fortunately, the Sudetes and the Orlickie Mountains are still far from being victims of their own popularity, and we keep our fingers crossed that it stays that way.

Lasówka is an excellent starting point for many tourist attractions in the Sudetes, the Kłodzko Valley, and the Czech Republic. Below you’ll find a few tips on what’s worth seeing.

Błędne Skały and Szczeliniec

Certainly one of the most popular places in the area worth visiting. Located within the Stołowe Mountains National Park, Błędne Skały (Errant Rocks) and Szczeliniec Wielki, part of the Crown of Polish Mountains, are picturesque labyrinths of corridors, crevices, nooks, and interesting rock formations named after their appearance – Kurza Stopka (Chicken’s Foot), Okręt (Ship), Małpolud (Gnome), and others.

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On Szczeliniec Wielki, the highest peak of the Stołowe Mountains, and on Błędne Skały, tourist trails have been marked, both recently ticketed, which has helped to regulate and improve sightseeing. You will also find viewpoints with breathtaking mountain panoramas and the PTTK Shelter “Na Szczelińcu”.


If you’re wondering where to park your car, the most convenient option would be at the paid upper parking lot near Błędne Skały (you pass through Kudowa-Zdrój, and on the final stretch before the parking lot, there is a shuttle system: entry at full hours, exit half an hour later; you can buy a ticket online). However, if you’re only focused on reaching Szczeliniec, after arriving in Karłów, you’ll also find a large parking lot at the entrance to the trail as well as several smaller ones, all paid (you can buy a ticket for the main parking lot online). Another option is the free parking at Polana YMCA, about an hour’s walk from Błędne Skały, but there may not always be available spaces, especially during peak season.

If you leave your car at the upper parking lot, the entire round trip to Błędne Skały will take no more than an hour, while reaching Szczeliniec Wielki takes just under 2 hours. You can also hike to Szczeliniec from Radków or Pasterka, where there is a PTTK Shelter with the same name.

When planning a trip to Szczeliniec and/or Błędne Skały, make sure to book your tickets in advance on the Park’s website

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You will also find many useful pieces of information there.

Dogs are not allowed on both trails.

Bear Cave

This mandatory stop on all school trips and not only in the Kłodzko Valley region is located in Kletno and offers a journey into the depths of a stunning cave full of unique dripstone formations. Bear Cave is one of the deepest and longest caves, with its corridors stretching approximately 5 km. In addition to stalactites and stalagmites, with a bit of luck, you can also spot bats living inside the cave, of which there are several species here. Because Bear Cave is a nature reserve, it must be protected – visits are limited by a specified number of tickets available online on the website.

Bear Cave

In the summer, tickets need to be booked well in advance.

The peat bog near Zieleniec

Another unique place in our immediate vicinity, full of interesting and rare plant and animal species, which you can learn more about on the educational trail. Here you can find the extremely rare dwarf birch (Betula nana) and bog pine (Pinus uliginosus), the round-leaved sundew (Drosera rotundifolia) and the long-leaved sundew (Drosera anglica), the hare’s-tail cottongrass (Eriophorum vaginatum), and many others. Endangered species nesting in the Peat Bog include black grouse (Lyrurus tetrix) and capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus), as well as the protected black stork (Ciconia nigra) and meadow pipit (Anthus pratensis).


For guests who enjoy hiking and have stopped in Lasówka, we recommend leaving the car and taking a hike on the red trail – from Rozdroże nad Lasówką, it’s about 9 km one way. You can also drive to the parking lot near the Peat Bog and then walk from there to admire the unique nature.

Papermaking Museum

For lovers of old times and manufacture, there is a paper mill in Duszniki-Zdrój, unique in Europe, which is home to the Papermaking Museum. The first records about the paper mill in Duszniki date back to 1562, and it happens in this place, and it happens in a place that can be traced and can be placed in the museum’s protective exhibition. In addition to temporary exhibitions, hand-made papermaking still takes place here, and you can apply to participate in workshops. Making paper yourself will provide you with access to an alternative memory during your stay in this part of Poland. And if you come here in July, you can take part in the annual event called “Paper Festival” – in addition to learning the technique of making paper and switches, you can take part in competitions with an offer or buy a souvenir at one of the stands of artists of art or handicraft products or power supplies.

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Adršpachsko-Teplice Rocks (Rock Town in the Czech Republic)

A truly magical trip awaits those who decide to visit this extraordinary place near the Polish-Czech border (55 km from Lasówka).

The Adrspach-Teplice Rocks nature reserve hides picturesque routes leading through rock labyrinths and gorges, an impressive waterfall and a small lake with crystal clear water, where you can take a boat ride.

It’s worth purchasing your route ticket and parking space in advance to avoid disappointment. Additionally, you can benefit from a discount on morning and afternoon entries.

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Sky Bridge 721 and the Cloud Path

Another proposition for an unforgettable trip to the Czech Republic – in Lower Morava (approx. 50 km from Lasówka) there is the longest suspension bridge in the world and an impressive viewing platform. We can reach the entrance to both attractions on foot or by ski lift. An unforgettable experience guaranteed, not only due to the height, but also the opportunity to admire the picturesque mountain panorama. Additionally, you can go down the Cloud Path with a 100-meter slide, which will be appreciated not only by children. There are also other attractions available on site: an amusement park for children, a bobsleigh track, a bicycle trail park, rest areas and gastronomy, so it is worth booking enough time.

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