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The most important mountains of the Czech Rep

The highest mountains of the Czech and Moravian mo

Petr Liška
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The most important mountains of the Czech Rep
Updated: 21.08.2019
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com

The mountains in the Czech Republic do not reach any astronomical heights, but you will still find a number of interesting peaks here – both the highest mountains of the individual mountain ranges and mountains associated with myths and legends.

1.
Sněžka

The highest mountain in the Czech Republ

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| Altitude: 1 603 m / 5 259 ft

Sněžka (1 603 m asl / previously shown as 1 602 m asl) is not only the highest mountain in the Giant… continue reading

2.
Luční hora

The second highest mountain in the Czech Republic

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| Altitude: 1 555 m / 5 102 ft

Luční hora „Meadow Mountain“ (1 555 m asl) is not only the second highest mountain in the Czech Republic, but… continue reading

3.
Studniční hora

The third highest mountain in the Czech Republic

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| Altitude: 1 554 m / 5 098 ft

Studniční Mountain (1,554 meters above sea level) is the third highest mountain in the Czech Republic.… continue reading

4.
Vysoké Kolo

The highest mountain in the western Giant Mountain

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| Altitude: 1 509 m / 4 951 ft

Vysoké Kolo „High Wheel“ (1,509 m above sea level) also known as Velký Šišák from Polish name Wielki Szyszak… continue reading

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Praděd

The highest mountain in Moravia

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| Altitude: 1 491 m / 4 892 ft

Praděd (1,491 m above sea level) is the highest mountain not only of the Hrubý Jeseník Mountains, but also of… continue reading

6.
Králický Sněžník

Spring of the Morava River

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| Altitude: 1 424 m / 4 672 ft

The highest peak of the Pardubice Region and the eleventh highest mountain in the Czech Republic is located… continue reading

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Plechý

The highest mountain in the of the czech Šumava

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| Altitude: 1 378 m / 4 521 ft

Plechý (1,378 m above sea level), the highest mountain in the Czech part of the Bohemian Forest and the… continue reading

8.
Lysá hora

The highest peak of Moravian-Silesian Be

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| Altitude: 1 324 m / 4 344 ft

This mountain is almost a symbol of Moravia and Silesia. Throughout the year, there are many tourists and… continue reading

9.
Klínovec

The highest mountain of the Ore Mountains

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| Altitude: 1 244 m / 4 081 ft

Klínovec (1,244 meters above sea level) is the highest mountain in the Ore Mountains. Unfortunately, at its… continue reading

10.
Radhošť

The seat of the god Radegast

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| Altitude: 1 129 m / 3 704 ft

Radhošť (1129 m above sea level) is the seventh highest mountain in the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains… continue reading

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Smrk (Rychlebské mountains)

The highest peak of the Rychlebské Mountains

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| Altitude: 1 127 m / 3 698 ft

Rychlebské Hills are situated in the territory of Moravia and Silesia and Smrk (1 127 m asl) is their border.… continue reading

12.
Smrk (Jizerské mountains)

The highest mountain in the Czech Jizera Mountains

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| Altitude: 1 124 m / 3 688 ft

The highest point of the Czech part of the Jizera Mountains is Smrk (1 124 m asl). Thanks to the lookout… continue reading

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Kleť

The highest peak of Blanský les

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| Altitude: 1 084 m / 3 556 ft

Kleť (1,084 meters above sea level) is the highest peak of the Blanský Forest, part of the so-called Šumava… continue reading

14.
Čerchov

The highest peak of the Bohemian Forest

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| Altitude: 1 042 m / 3 419 ft

Čerchov (1,042 meters above sea level) is the highest mountain in the Bohemian Forest. At the top you will… continue reading

15.
Ještěd

Mountain with a typical top

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| Altitude: 1 012 m / 3 320 ft

Ještěd (1 012 m asl) belongs among one of the most famous Czech mountains, mainly due to the famous… continue reading

16.
Tok

The highest peak of Brdy

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| Altitude: 865 m / 2 838 ft

Tok (865 m above sea level) is the highest peak of the Brdy Mountains and the Central Bohemian Region. On its… continue reading

17.
Javořice

The highest peak of the Bohemian-Moravian Highland

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| Altitude: 841 m / 2 759 ft

Javořice is the highest peak of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands with a height of 837 meters above sea level.… continue reading

18.
Milešovka

The highest mountain in the České Středohoří

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| Altitude: 837 m / 2 746 ft

Milešovka (837m above sea level) is a beautiful volcanic hill and the highest peak of the entire české… continue reading

19.
Luž

The highest peak of the Lusatian Mountains

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| Altitude: 793 m / 2 602 ft

Directly on the border with Germany stands the beautiful volcano – Luž (793 m above sea level). It is the… continue reading

20.
Kozákov

The highest peak of the Bohemian Paradise

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| Altitude: 744 m / 2 441 ft

Kozákov Hill (744 m asl) is considered the highest peak of the Bohemian Paradise. Thanks to the lookout tower… continue reading

21.
Skalky

The highest peak of the Drahanská Highlands

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| Altitude: 735 m / 2 411 ft

Skalky (735 m asl) is the highest peak of the Drahanská Highlands. Due to the fact that the local highland is… continue reading

22.
Děčínský Sněžník

The highest table mountain in the Czech Republic

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| Altitude: 723 m / 2 372 ft

Děčínský Sněžník (723 m above sea level) is not only the highest mountain in the Děčín Hills but it is mainly… continue reading

23.
Ralsko

The highest mountain of Czech Tabule

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| Altitude: 696 m / 2 283 ft

The former volcano Ralsko (696m above sea level) is, thanks to its slightly hooked shape and dominant… continue reading

24.
Zvičina

Beautiful outlook place of Sněžka

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| Altitude: 671 m / 2 201 ft

Zvičina (671 m asl) belongs among the highest peaks in Podkrkonoší („the foothills of the Giant Mountains“).… continue reading

25.
Velký Blaník

Legendary mountain

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| Altitude: 638 m / 2 093 ft

Velký Blaník (638 m above sea level) is an important mountain to which is connected the famous legend about… continue reading

26.
Devin (Pavlov Hills)

The highest peak of Pálava

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| Altitude: 554 m / 1 818 ft

Děvín (554m above sea level) is the highest peak of Pálava, respectively the whole of the South Moravian… continue reading

27.
Říp

Symbol of Czech national history

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| Altitude: 455 m / 1 493 ft

Říp (455 m above sea level) is a mythical Czech mountain. The Romanesque rotunda of St. Jiří. Access is via… continue reading

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