These are limestone rocks that look a bit like a… roller or a stone block. The passage goes for 1.5 kilometres. ‘Okiennik Rzędkowicki’ is the most recognisable one. The name ‘Okiennik (windower)’ means a rock with a so called window that opens in several directions.
In 6th and 7th century a primitive defensive human settlement called ‘Pasieka’ existed here. Right now, the rocks are known for numerous climbing paths. Most of them aren’t higher than 15 metres, however on ‘Okiennik’ they can reach 35 metres.
If you’re not a climbing fan, you can still come here to relax, hike, ride a bike or a horse and explore this cool upland area.