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Bohemian-Moravian Highlands (Ceskomoravska vrchovina)

Bohemian-Moravian Highlands (Ceskomoravska vrchovina) is a large range without any distinct ridgy line spread along former provincial border between Bohemia and Moravia. It is an area of beautiful and rough nature at the same time. It lies over five districts; it reaches from South Bohemian ponds to the edge of the Hana district. The typical relief is a slightly downy terrain with solitary higher hills with height over 700 metres above the sea level. In some parts of Vrchovina there are sufficient conditions of winter sports, in Kremesnik (765m) for example. The European watershed goes through Vrchovina, Doubrava, Sazava, Zelivka on one side nd Svratka, Oslava, Jihlava, Rokytna and Dyje on the other.

List of places

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Recommended routes

From Pribyslav to Havlickuv Brod
                    Pribyslav -5km- Pod Katerinou -1km- Stribrne Hory -4km- Pohled -3km- Termesivy -3km- Havlíckuv Brod (total 16km)
From Telc to pond Velky parezity rybnik
                    Telc -3km- Luh u Telce -1km- Hostetice -4,5- Stamberk -3km- crossroad Na pruseku -0,5km- pond Velky parezity rybnik (total 12km)
Around the Kremesnik hill
                    Kremesnik - gamekeeper's house - spring Stribrna studanka - glade Slunesni paseka - crossroad by chapel - view-tower Pipalka - Kremesnik (total about 5km)
Around the Ledec nad Sazavou
                    Ledec nad Sazavou - chateau - Ostrov - Pavlov - Vilemovice - bay Slunecni zatoka - Ledec nad Sazavou (total about 14km)

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