Wolf Pit - Natural Monument - Upper View

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Wolf's Lair at the Upper town is rocky ravine with a depth of 25 m, width of 40 m and a length of 200 m Its bottom is full of collapsed walls, boulders and ravines towers dark caverns holes. The pit is not a work of nature, created by the extraction of tin.

In undermined area collapsed ceilings and created huge drifts Valley, which people later called the wolf pit. Her ferocity increases that today is her area covered with high forest. The wolf pit us from the square in the upper Blatné lead a nice nature trail. It will also lead us around the remnants of the old placer and a moat.

On the slopes of the hill Blatenský can descend into the break down of the former St.. George - The ice pit, where he holds the cold air, and therefore there is a year-round ice (yes, even in July). After the battle against Napoleon at Leipzig from this mine imported ice to treat the wounded.

Info: http://www.krusnohorci.net/vylet/137-vlci-a-ledova-jama

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Uploaded: 15/02/2014
Updated: 09/10/2014


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