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Szent György Hill Basalt Organs Study Trail

The tour starts from the former strip pit in Raposka. The first information board shares the history of Szent-György hegy, and, following the stations discussing the hill's fauna, and the ice cave, the trail passes the hill’s best-known and most interesting sights, the basalt organs on the way to the 414-meters-high peak.

Another information board on the top helps you to identify the hills and valleys of the unforgettable panorama. The circular trail ends with an introduction of the protected wildlife of the region. The information signs are written in Hungarian and German.

 Mine pit in Raposka (yellow sign) – Ice Cave – key house (blue sign) – peak (blue △, red sign) – mine pit
Distance: 4 kilometres
Duration: 2 hours

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