17. 3. 2014
A region of dense forests full of blueberries and crystal-clear streams – such are the mountains in southern Bohemia.
The Novohradské Mountains lie on the Czech-Austrian border.
On the Czech side you can climb three peaks over 1000 meters above sea level: Kamenec (1072 m), Myslivna (1040 m) and Vysoka (1034 m). Hiking and nature trails will carefully guide you through the landscape, which is one of the best preserved in the country. Worth seeing is the oldest European nature reserve, the Hojnovodský and Žofín Forest, and the observation point on Kraví Mountain (953 m) that looks out over the pilgrimage site of Dobrá Voda (Good Water).