The educational trail was created in 1992, and reconstructed and extended in 2017. It is an easy walking circuit, starting at the former blacksmith's shop of the Brethren no. 137, around na Sboru House, statue of J.A. Comenius, through Modlivý důl to Jordán and back.
There are information boards installed in individual places of interest. Path is marked to the Brethren Lime Tree and newly built Kunvald Slavín (2017) near the Church of St. George.
It was established in 1997, and follows the green trail mark from Žamberk. There are eight stops on the 4.5-kilometre trail: Žamberk and Kunvald; Health care institute Albertinum; Dymlov pond; Avifauna of Dymlov and Rokytenka river; Orlické Mountains; geology and geomorphology; Rokytenka and Prof. PhDr. et. MUDr. František Bílek, DrSc. – to introduce the history and nature of the visited places, and also some famous compatriots.
In the northern part of the township, in the woods of Zaječiny, there is a well-known red trail called Jirásek path, following the crest of the Orlické Mountains. It was created in 1921 between Nové Město nad Metují and Jablonné nad Orlicí, later prolonged all the way to Litomyšl. Many walking and cycling tourists come here in summer, and in winter it is a popular cross country skiing track.
Green trail leads from Rokytnice v Orlických horách through Bartošovice across Zmrzlík to Kunvald. It crosses almost the entire township, turning left to Kněžství and Žamberk at the lower end. It continues towards Žampach and Lanšperk near Ústí nad Orlicí.
The first part of blue trail that leads to Kunvald begins at Čihák, and continues through Land Gate valley to Klášterec nad Orlicí. Here it meets the second section from Letohrad via Pastviny, and together they lead to Modlivý důl and Na Sboru House. After the blue trail crosses the township to its northern edge, it continues to Dolní dvůr in Rokytnice v Orlických horách.
The yellow trail starts at the Brethren Lime Tree, and leads to Lower Kunvald, Zákopanka, Líšnice, Letohrad and Dolní Čermná.
Orlické Mountains area is described in the map of the Czech Tourist Club no. 27.