Mountain tops

Lysá hora (1323 m above sea level)

Lysá hora, sometimes dubbed the the queen of the Beskydy Mountains, is the highest mountain in the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy.


Smrk (1276 m above sea level)

Together with Little Smrk and other nearby peaks, Smrk forms a typical massif of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy.

Skalka (964 m above sea level)

Mt. Skalka is the highest peak in the Ondřejník Massif, which is located in the foothills of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy.


Pustevny (1018 m above sea level) and Radhošť (1129 m above sea level)

The mountain resort of Pustevny was named after the hermits who lived there. Today this place is a prominent tourist resort.

Malá Prašivá (706 m above sea level)

Malá Prašivá lies below the top of Prašivá and is a major pilgrimage location in the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy.

Kotař tourist chalet (795 m above sea level)

This chalet is situated below the peak of Lípí on a ridge between the mountains of Ropička and Čupel and above the village of Morávka.

Travný (1203 m above sea level)

The top of Travný is a huge forested mountain located in the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy and lying above the Mohelnice Valley.