The surroundings of the town of Wojcieszów, immediately east of it and belonging to the East Ridge of the Kaczawskie Mountains, abound in sites of interest. Most of them are linked by local educational trail “Gruszka”, the name derived from the name of the large limestone quarry. The quarry itself, now abandoned, is a multi-level excavation area, 250 m long and up to 50 m deep. On the quarry walls one can recognize various karst phenomena and related landforms, such as cave entrances and rock fissures enlarged by dissolution and filled by terra rosa residual reddish soil. An old lime kiln next to the quarry was partially renovated and its roof is used as a viewing platform.