Luční Hora Mountain

Luční hora Taclík

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Mount Luční Hora, 1,555 metres above sea level, is the highest peak of the ridge of Český Hřbet.

The hill is not covered with forests: there are mountainous meadows and sporadic dwarf pine. Mount Luční Hora is a starting point of one of the longest Krkonoše ridge forks that is ended at Mount Černá Hora above Janské Lázně. The saddle between Luční Hora and Kozí Hřbety is the source of the Hrazený Brook. At the northern foot you can identify foundations of the Rennerova Bouda (chalet) built in 1797; it was burnt in 1938, during a conflict between the Czechoslovak Army and Henlein Troops.

Locality: to the east from Špindlerův Mlýn


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Luční bouda zima, author: Taclík

Luční bouda zima

Luční bouda zima, author: Taclík

Luční bouda zima

Luční bouda s kometou Neowise, author: Taclík

Luční bouda s kometou Neowise


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