Not far from Srní (2,5 km along the blue TZT) in 1820 a chapel was built in the forest above the
canal. The reason was both miraculous revelations and a spring of healing water. The chapel was
demolished at the time of totalitarianism and the tradition of pilgrimage was interrupted.
Vchynicko-tetovský plavební kanál
The water canal was built about 200 years ago to transport wood from large yet untouched forests
nad Modravou. He walked around the impassable stretch of the Vydra River. (Suggested
alternative - fire Boulders in ...
Writer Karel Klostermann described the Otter Valley as “a wild gorge, an uninhabited wasteland
beauty ", and there is no more concise description. It was then made available in 1888 by
building a road on the on the right bank of the river...
Wolf nature trail
In the village of Srní in the northern part of the Šumava National Park, those interested will
find a unique nature trail. At there is a wolf enclosure here, around which the Wolf educational
trail passes. It is about 2.5 kilometers long...
Vrchol Oblík - 1225 m n.m.
Just a stone's throw from Srní, in the heart of the Šumava National Park, visitors to the southwest
will find it Čech Oblík. The 1,225-meter-high mountain, called Steiningberg in German, is located in
the Kvilda region plains in the Vydra river basin...
South of the village of Prášily, in southwestern Bohemia, visitors will find the northern part of the
Šumava National Park Prášilské lake. One of the five Czech Šumava lakes of glacial origin lies at a
respectable altitude at an altitude of 1,080 meters...