The most spectacular cliff of western Pilis named after its protruding shape.
Looking up from Klastrompuszta it is obvious why the snow white rock formation was named this way. Towering over its surroundings it boasts a great view over Buda Hills and Gerecse Hills. Due to its protruding shape Pilis on the right and left is also visible.
Broken by tensional tectonic forces blocks rise and subside along the fault line running along the southwestern side of Pilis range. Being a steep slope rock outcrops of limestone here are common creating a view from Gerecse or Buda Hills with a chain of white cliffs. Kémény-szikla sits exactly on that fault line.
Get off at bus stop “Kesztölc, sportpálya”, bus service from Dorog.
Get off at Piliscsév train stop (lengthy hike).
Get off at bus stop “ Piliscsév, Hősök tere”, bus service from Dorog.
Get off at bus stop “Pilisszentkereszt, Kétbükkfa-nyereg”, bus service from Pomáz Suburban Train Station to Dobogókő.
In Kesztölc, leave the village along Klastrom Street (unmarked) and take the Blue (K) Trail to Klastrompuszta. Turn left onto the Green + (Z+) trail and finally change to Green ▲ (Z▲) to the right (steep ascent)(Total distance: 4 km, elevation gain: 313 m).
From Piliscsév take the Blue (K) Trail to Klastrompuszta. Turn left onto the Green + (Z+) trail and finally change to Green ▲ (Z▲) to the right (steep ascent)(Total distance: 4.7 km, elevation gain: 302 m).
From Kétbükkfa-nyereg set off along Green + (Z+) to Pilis-nyereg. Change to the Yellow (S) Trail and keep to it until the junction with Green + (Z+). Turn left onto Green ▲ (Z▲) to reach the peak (Total distance: 3.2 km, elevation gain: 107 m).
Free parking in both villages. Free parking near Kétbükkfa-nyereg in the roadside parking lot in the bend.