Of these, the most important one is the National Blue Trail, which stretches from the highest point of the Transdanubian region, Írott-kő, to Hollóháza, with a length of no less than 1100 km. It passes several lookout points, from which you should not miss the Nagy-Péter-mennykő and the Kis-Milic. If you get thirsty, you can quench your thirst from the numerous springs in the area.
A special geological formation: the tarn of Megyer-hegy
The tarn of Megyer-hegy is located just a few kilometres from Sárospatak, formed in the excavation pit of an abandoned millstone quarry. The deepest point of the lake is 6.5 metres, while the cliff walls loom 70 metres above the surface of the water. An educational trail leads to the top of the cliff walls, offering a vantage point from which you can admire the lake.