Devil’s Heads and other sculptures of V. Levý

Sat, 4 Feb 2022

The Devil’s Heads

Čertovy hlavy (The Devil’s Heads) are a pair of 9 metre high rock sculptures near the village of Želízy. They were created by Václav Levý in 1841–1846. It is a unique work in the Czech Republic. They are the second largest carved heads in the world, after the carvings of Mount Rushmore in the United States. We will visit not only The Devil’s Heads but also other sculptures that Václav Levý created in the area.


We recommend comfortable hiking or running shoes, some water, food, fully charged phone, warm and waterproof clothes in case of raining. Bring your own food. We will end the hike with a picnic at the top of the hill with a nice view of the area.


At 8:25 a.m. at the bus stop Střížkov that is located right next to the metro station Střížkov. The bus ride takes 40 minutes.


The hike is easy. The route is 13 km long, with short uphills. Check out our Hiking Difficulty Scale for more information about the difficulty of the hike.


Early bird price: 550 CZK per person, after 28 Jan: 600 CZK per person. The fee includes services of the skilled and friendly guide (excludes food, drinks, insurance).

We accept Sodexo: You can pay with Sodexo Fokus Pass voucher, Dárkový Pass voucher and Flexi Pass voucher. Online payment method is also possible with Flexi Pass CARD.

We accept Benefit Plus as well.

We also accept Edenred: You can pay with Edenred e-Ticket.

For a full refund, cancel at least 72 hours in advance of the start date of the trip. For a 50 % refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the trip.


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