Vlčí jámy is a nature reserve and protected area located in the Czech Republic. The reserve covers an area of about 50 hectares and is characterized by deep sandstone canyons, ravines and rock formations formed by erosion.
The Wolf Pits are a popular destination for hikes and nature walks as they offer visitors the opportunity to explore unique geological formations and observe the local flora and fauna. The reserve is home to several rare and endangered species of plants and animals, such as the sand martin, the common kingfisher and the great newt.
In addition to its natural beauty, Vlčí jámy also has a rich cultural history. The area has been inhabited since prehistoric times and evidence of ancient settlements and burial sites have been discovered in the reserve. In the Middle Ages, the Wolf Pits served as a hunting ground for the nobility and several hunting lodges and shelters can still be found here today.