Gyönyörű a táj, kisforgalmú, széles, jó minőségű kerékpárutakon vezet túránk. Egy-két rövidebb szakaszt kivéve szinte alig emelkedik: kellemes kikapcsolódást és sok örömöt tartogat a kerékpározónak.
It’s not a long route, but it takes stamina and technical preparation to complete the Inter-mountain Lookout.
You start from Pálháza; it is recommended to leave your car in the parking lot behind the town hall. Leaving Pálháza, you head towards Kishuta and then take the cycle path that runs for less than a kilometre along the Bózsva Creek through a beautiful forest. From Kisbózsva you head towards Nyíri, with beautiful scenery along the way. The white building of the Füzér Castle, renovated a few years ago, stands out against the backdrop of the Milic Hills.
After a pleasant descent from the Nyíri, you arrive at the quiet main street of Füzérkomlós. Rolling along the cycle path you pass the Zemplén White Rock Tourist Centre and Hunting Lodge. The buffalo herd in this isolated area of mine is unique, grazing among the hills of Zemplén. You continue to the castle in Füzér, which is one of the most famous sights of Zemplén. Towards Füzér, you will first enjoy a beautiful panoramic and then a good-quality forest cycle path, and you will see the white walls of Füzér Castle, which stands on an andesitic hilltop and looks very impressive from below. The castle, built before the Mongol invasion, can be explored on a short hike.
After Füzér, you head towards Pusztafalu. You arrive at the remote little village through an undulating plateau. From the road you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Eastern Zemplén Mountains and the villages of the mountain range. The technical section starts at the border of Pusztafalu. On a gravel or dirt forest road, through small, larger gaps, you head towards the Slovak border and, reaching the border, you get round the block of Korom Hilltop from the east and descend to Füzérradvány, then return to your destination in Pálháza.