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Bohemian Paradise

Page Type: Album

Object Title: Bohemian Paradise

Image Type(s): Rock Climbing, Bouldering, Hiking, Scenery

 

Page By: yatsek

Created/Edited: Aug 29, 2012 / Dec 2, 2013

Object ID: 810089

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Page Score: 75.88% - 7 Votes 

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Several SP albums and photos of the rocks in the area need a parent page. This album will be deleted when the area page has been created. Please PM me if you have visited the area and feel like becoming the owner (maintainer).

Bohemian Paradise

"Bohemian Paradise" or "Czech Paradise" is one of the two major sandstone tablelands, located just outside the Sudetes. (The other sandstone area is "Saxon Switzerland"/"Bohemian Switzerland". Please see this map). Bohemian Paradise contains several "rock cities", such as Hruboskalsko (Skalák), Prachovské Skály, Maloskalsko (with Suché skály), Klokočske Skály, Betlémské Skály, Kalich-Chléviště, Drábské Svetničky and Příhrazské Skály.

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visentinTaxonomy

visentin

Voted 6/10

I think you should keep all children albums attached to Sudetes as long as this is not a proper Area. I can give a try for a chapter about Hruboskalsko but not more.
You forgot this one too:
http://www.summitpost.org/czech-climbing-areas/285944
I totally missed Aranka's Hruboskalsko page !
One other thing, I think Aranka's Adrspach page should be attached to East Bohemian Sandstones, but she replied she doesn't know how to do it...
Posted Aug 29, 2012 10:59 am

yatsekRe: Taxonomy

yatsek

Hasn't voted

"I think you should keep all children albums attached to Sudetes as long as this is not a proper Area."

I disagree - that's why this album has been created.

"You forgot this one too: http://www.summitpost.org/czech-climbing-areas/285944"

I didn't. I've even voted on it, or rather downvoted it. :) But I've attached all the photos to this page as I find them good and interesting.
Posted Aug 29, 2012 11:19 am

visentinRe: Taxonomy

visentin

Voted 6/10

OK, ok...
Another question, you don't attach it to the Sudetes ?
Posted Aug 30, 2012 2:56 am

yatsekRe: Taxonomy

yatsek

Hasn't voted

The problem is a bit similar to drawing the border between Europe and Asia - what about Armenia?:) I think I'll keep both Saxon-Bohemian Switzerland and Bohemian Paradise outside the Sudetes, in line with most geographical classifications. Attaching the Paradise to the Sudetes would be like attaching Krakow/Ojcow or Moravian Karst to the Carpathians.
Posted Aug 30, 2012 5:38 am

visentinRe: Taxonomy

visentin

Voted 6/10

In this case why Palava hills is attached by you to the Carpathians ?
Posted Aug 30, 2012 7:08 am

yatsekRe: Taxonomy

yatsek

Hasn't voted

A good question. I didn't give much thought to this, but some Czech sources read the Palava Hills belong in the Carpathians, e.g. here. Just don't ask me about the Visegrad :) Actually, it's Peter who draws the borders around/within the SP Carpathians. Once I had a hard time trying to make him believe the Apuseni are part of the Carpathians too. :)
Posted Aug 30, 2012 10:18 am

visentinRe: Taxonomy

visentin

Voted 6/10

The Carpathians are a part of the Alps, the Alps are a part of the Eurasian water divide then a part of the Himalayas. Conclusion, you know where to attach Palava and Bohemian Paradise ;)

Posted Aug 30, 2012 5:18 pm

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