Budarka, a direct trail along the slopes of Paseky nad Jizerou, runs from the river Jizera towards Rejdice, where it almost reaches the Jizerske Mts. It ascends above Paseky along the old road which the chalet owners used to carry butter and cheese to markets “as far as in Germany”.
You can stop by in the centre of Paseky nad Jizerou at the Memorial to Lost Patriots or near the church of St. Wenceslaus. The local churchyard is dominated by a monument to an important character in Paseky’s history, the teacher and writer Venceslav Metelka, by the sculptor Vladimir Preclik.
At the end of the journey, you can visit the Na Perlicku pub, from where long-distance views of the western parts of the Krkonose can be enjoyed. Besides organising a unique world championship in teetotum, the pub also offers excellent beer called Prdecky Perlik.