The Tisa Rocks (Tiské stěny) are a well-known group of rocks in the western Bohemian Switzerland not far from its topographical boundary with the Ore Mountains (Krušné hory). The rocks are protected as a national nature reserve. This rock labyrinth can comfortably be walked through in 2 hours (the distance is approx. 4 kilometres).
Just a few kilometres east lies Děčínský Sněžník, a plateau that gives you an unique opportunity to enjoy wide views of the Saxon Switzerland, Dresden, the hills of České středohoří, Lužické Hory and Krušné hory. One of the most beautiful vistas in the northern part of Bohemia can even be enhanced by climbing a lookout tower that dates back to 1864.