The small Cvičná věž (Training Tower) can be passed by as the first one when coming from the direction of the road and it is used mainly by children to learn how to climb. The couple of towers Velká a Malá Smrtka (Big and Small Death) are not so far from Cvičná věž. The name comes from unfortunate attempt of one of the first climbers who tried to climb it. Next is Gahlerova věž (Gahler’s Tower) named after a climber Adolf Gahler. Followed by smaller Dvojče (Twin) and the biggest one Liberecká věž (Liberec Tower). The penultimate rock is Sokol (Falcon). There is only one rock on the right side of the path. It is behind Sokol and it is called Zub (Teeth) because of its shape.
Horní skály byly postupně horolezci zdolávány na počátku 20. století. Poslední, obtížně přístupná Gahlerova věž, byla zdolána v roce 1906. Obrvégry jsou mezi horolezci oblíbené dodnes.
Horní skály (Upper Rocks) were climbed by climbers one by one at the beginning of the 20th century. The last one, Gahlerova věž, which is very hard to access, was defeated in 1906. ‘Obrvégry’ are very popular among climbers until today.