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Ascent to Travný

The quietest mountain in the Beskydy

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Ascent to Travný
Inserted: 15.06.2018
Author: Ladislav Kula © gigaplaces.com

With its height of 1203 m, Travný is the fifth highest peak of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy. Thanks to the peak, which is overgrown with spruce, it does not offer us many views, maybe that is why few tourists come to it and thus it becomes one of the few affected peaks of the Beskydy Mountains, where you can still find a place of peace. There are three routes to the top, from Pražma, Morávka, or the easiest from Visalají.

Route description

I start the route in the village of Raškovice at the Ondráš bus stop. I walk along the asphalt road around the church in Pražma, a village immediately adjacent to Raškovice. I leave the asphalt road at the cemetery, where the paved road begins and continue through the forest. The first steps through the forest lead along an undemanding footpath through a meadow and a crossroads at Na Přelači. There is a yellow sign from the village of Krásná. I continue up the former ski slope. The slope rises more and more, the forest starts again, it will accompany me to the top and then on the way down. It is necessary to add that there is perhaps no such wooded hill in the Beskydy Mountains. The path has the character of a climb, which alternates about three times a gentle plane before I reach the top. A few years back, at least the top of Lysá hora could be seen from the top, now it's just about where you are. Even so, it has its charm. The absolute peace, the noise of the forest and the occasional singing birds. At least I can perceive nature, the surroundings and myself more. At the top, I write in the top book, enjoy the peace and continue along the blue sign to Travný rozcestí, from where my steps lead to the green sign. After a slight descent, I reach the next point of the route, the Plato crossroads. If I continue on the green, I will reach Visalaj, where there is a bus turntable. But my steps lead along the yellow marked sidewalk leading to Zlatník, from where the same bus as from Visalají leaves me.

Statue of the seated christ
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Statue of the seated christ

this monument is located right near the cemetery, here the views of the surroundings end

Road through the woods
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Road through the woods

Although the views towards the top are slow, the fauna and flora are not diminishing

On the cover
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On the cover

meadow with a former ski slope, this is where the real climb begins

Stink snake
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Stink snake

on the way I find a rather foul-smelling fungus, but the flies are in ruins

Grass top

the original blueberry forests, this is how all the peaks in the Beskydy Mountains once looked like

Grass top
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Grass top
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Grass top

in winter there is snow up to the booth with the doll

On the way to Krásná

nothing but forests and silence

On the way to Krásná
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Beetles

Countless beetles are found in the meadow of the ski slope in Zlatník

Beetles
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Waterfalls

slate cascades accompany every stream in the Beskydy Mountains

Waterfalls
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