Podtrosecká Údolí - valleys under Trosky

Troskovice

Troskovice, 512 63

The Podtrosecká Údolí comprises several little valleys that form an arch to the north and northeast around Trosky Castle.

At the bottom of canyon-like valleys whose parts are lined with rocks, there is a group of ponds and numerous characteristic localities with wetland and wet meadows, habitats of abundant vegetation and animals. Therefore, the locality was declared a national preserve (in 1999). Besides the Hruboskalsko and the Příhrazské Skály, it is the largest preserve in the PLA Český Ráj. It was declared a preserve in order to protect the wetlands on the bottom of the valley around the Želejovský Potok and the Žehrovka.

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