The area was declared a nature reserve as early as in 1969, but infrastructure for nature-lovers and hikers was only built for the first time in 2009 in the form of six information panels for visitors. In recent years, these were found wanting, with many of the panels sun-bleached and damaged and the texts outdated. This is why the local chapter of the Czech Union for Nature Conservation, "Levrekův ostrov", which has a long history of conservationist work around Opava, decided to rejuvenate the educational trail upon an agreement with municipal representatives of Hněvošice.
The educational trail is circular in shape, for the most part tracing the perimeter of the protected area. Along the way, visitors come across seven info panels, which tell them more about the past and present times of the site. Some of these panels have in-built interactive features.