Several rock formations are scattered along the Lužnice River; you want to visit them for sure. The best options for rock climbing are in Modrý Lom and at Jelení Skok. Rocks named "Modrý lom" and "Jelení skok" in the Lužnice river valley in Tábor – granite, belaying – bolts, classification: - 3 to 8-. "Modrý lom" is located on the right bank of the river where the Geological Exhibition (towards the Harrachovka restaurant) is situated. "Jelení skok" is on the left bank of the river, on the red tourist trail (to Příběnice) - opposite Harrachovka (there is a footbridge 200m behind Harrachovka); other rock formations suitable for bouldering are along Lužnice (between Tábor and Bechyně).
Choustník – gneiss, belaying – bolts, rivets, classification: - 3 to 8-, behind Choustník Castle, follow the green tourist trail.
Bechyně – U Mamuta – gneiss, belaying – bolts, rivets, classification: - 3 to 9- (6), from Bechyně up the Lužnice River; 4 km to the Hutě village.
For a guide to Tábor rocks, visit www.czechclimbing.com
Adrenalin Sport Vít Novák rock climbing school – a UIAGM mountain guide can arrange climbing lessons for both individuals and groups and even for beginners Contact: ČSLA 405, 391 11 Planá nad Lužnicí, phone: +420 381 292 427, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.adrenalin.cz
On the right bank of the river Lužnice close to camp named Chaty U Ježka - difficulty B, suitable for beginners. More information can be found here (only CZ).
Another ferrata in Bechyni-Zářečí - this one is more difficult D, More information here here (only CZ).
Wall Club caffe -the biggest bouldering wall in Southern Bohemia and a climbing wall with a café. Contact: Kánišova 239/28, 391 01 Sezimovo Ústí, phone: +420 602 594 264, email@example.com, www.facebook.com.