Rock town situated near Teplice nad Metují is noticeable by magnificent continuous rock walls. This area is separated from the smaller Adršpach rock town by deep Wolf Gorge (Vlčí rokle) (from one rock town to another one you can walk along marked hiking trail). The Teplice Rocks are accessible by tour circuit (6 km), which are very well marked and supplemented by trail information panels. So visitors have the opportunity to become acquainted with the history of rocks and their discovery, they will obtain information about hiking, climbing and animate and inanimate nature. Text information is supplemented by photographs and illustrations.
There is an entrance fee for the tour. All rock formations that are very aptly named are in place marked by orientation arrows. So a visitor in Teplice rocks can see for example Rock Crown (Skalní koruna), the Toothpick of Krakonoš (Krakonošovo párátko), the Bear (Medvěd), the Sound (Hláska), Golem etc. The most prominent formations of sandstone blocks are Temple and Martin Walls (Chrámové a Martinské stěny).
Rock climbing can be practised only in marked areas and under certain rules.
Management of Protected Area Broumovsko appeals to the climbers, to observe conditions of the exception, especially no entry outside the permitted climbing area. Exception text is on the website of the Czech Mountaineering Association.