VELKÝ TRAVNÝ - TRAVNÝ (1203 m above sea-level)
This is a forested hill above the Mohelnice valley, accessible following the blue sign from Pražmo or the green sign and then the blue one from Krásná - Visalaje.
Lysá hora (Kahlberg)
Lysá hora is the highest mountain of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains (1324 m above sea-level). Its top part is round; the adjacent slopes branching out into four main faces (Malchor, Lukšinec, Zimní Polana and Velký Kobylík) are mostly steep. Lysá hora is a natural magnet for tourists. The daily visit rate ranges between 300 and 700 persons in the recreational season, but when the weather is good, it is as many as 3 000 persons. The present annual number of visitors to Lysá hora is estimated at approximately 130 000.