Rock maze Mšeno

The rock labyrinth is located in the Kokořínsko Protected Landscape Area, approximately 2.5 km northwest of the village of Mšeno. It consists of rock gorges, rectangular cracked sandstones and chimneys. It is located on the route of the Cinibulka trail, which stretches across the Kokořín region. In addition, in the immediate vicinity of the rock maze, there is the Mšenský Circuit, a roundabout marked with a yellow tourist sign and about 11 km long.

Information for visitors

Adress: , Mšeno
GPS: 50.45588860, 14.61850750
Rock maze Mšeno map

Interesting facts Rock maze Mšeno

It consists of narrow connecting corridors in a block of sandstone, which cross each other. They were formed during weathering of the rock and due to cracks in the sandstone, which increase with this process over time. If you look at the rock maze near Mšen from a bird's eye view, it reminds you of a group of rock formations.

How to get to the rock maze?

The rock maze is very easily accessible both if you go here by car, as well as for cyclists and pedestrians. It is only a few meters from the road connecting Mšeno and the settlement Ráj. The maze is entered by steep stairs carved into the rock.

Path through a rock maze

A path leads to the rock maze around a busy road, where a number of cars park especially during the summer. As soon as you enter here, you will agree with the name - the maze. The local tangle of gorges, gorges and rock corridors can confuse you so much that you can really get lost in it. On the other hand, you can avoid getting lost by following the tourist signs, which will take you back to the road leading to Romanov and to the Na Rovinách game preserve after passing through the maze.

On the way to Pokličky

If you go from Bludiště to Vojtěchov to Boudecká ravine and from there to the valley of Pšovka by Macha road, you will reach the crossroads of Poklička. From the car park, a blue tourist sign will take you to Pokličky, a relatively unique rock formation, which was formed by the process of weathering of individual layers under ferrous sandstones, which show greater resistance.

Author: Andrea Štyndlová