Cesky Raj, known as the Bohemian Paradise, is the oldest nature reserve in the Czech Republic. Despite only being an hour’s drive from Prague, climbing here has a remote, wild vibe. Steep rock cliffs plunge straight down into deep valleys and tall sandstone towers are covered by lonely pine trees.
There are literally endless possibilities for climbing in the Czech paradise. Within a range of 40km there are more than 30 sectors with 3000 rock formations that all together offer 18000 routes. Since route setting became a whole life journey for some of the locals, there are tons of unrepeated routes.