Lusatian mountains
Czech Switzerland

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Lusatian mountains and Czech Switzerland
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Czech Switzerland has been the National Park from the
year 2000. The most attractive parts of Czech Switzerland
are sandstone rock areas. Lusatian Mountains with typical
relief tied together to the Czech Switzerland on the east.

Tourist sights
Děčín
Jetřichovice
Česká Kamenice
Mezní Louka
Hřensko
Rock Panská skála
Jedlová
Mountain Luž
Kryštofovo údolí
Rock-gate Pravčická brána
 
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Snow report - Lusatian mountains and Czech Switzerland
Snow report
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Horní Podluží--Out of operation (0)
(This snow report was generated at 10.12.16 15:37)
 
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National park Czech Switzerland was established in 2000. It is followed by National park Sachsische Schweiz on german side, where we can find bigger part of this area. The highest peak of Czech Switzerland is Decinsky Sneznik (726m a.s.l.). Tourist most attractive area in Czech Switzerland are Sandstone rocks, which in several places form an extensive rock cities, for example Tisa, Ostrov or Jetrichovice. Area of Lusatian Mountains is followed by Czech Switzerland and ends in the east of Liberec. Lusatian Mountains are not too high, their relief is formed by elongated ridges and conical or cumulous hills. The highest peak of Lusatian Mountains is Luz (793m a.s.l.), other significant peaks are Jedlova (774m a.s.l.), Klic (760m a.s.l.) or Hvozd (750m a.s.l.).


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