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NATURE

Babín Pond

GPS:
49° 32' 37.7268" N 15° 53' 50.5968" E
Description:

One of two localities of this kind in Žďárské vrchy. Fragments of peabog where a dragonfly ( Leucorrhinia pectoralis ) population is to be found.

Black Rock

GPS:
49° 40' 5.0088" N 16° 3' 43.0092" E
Description:

The rock is placed south of Moravské Křižánky in Žďárské Vrchy. It is very importatnt place where rare birds are nesting. That is why the admittance is not possible for tourists and climbers.

Branty

GPS:
49° 36' 27.5436" N 15° 48' 35.118" E
Description:

Watelogged meadow with various endangered species, between Malá Losenice and Vepřová in a western part of Žďárské Vrchy.

Čtyři palice (732 m ASL)

GPS:
49° 41' 9.9924" N 16° 5' 36.024" E
Description:

Four massive stone blocks - Čtyřpaličatá, Děvín, Tvrz and Opomenutá - were formed by frost weathering in the early quaternary period. The 50 m long rock formation has a 33 m high wall.

Dářko Peat Bog

GPS:
49° 39' 2.2536" N 15° 53' 16.6092" E
Description:

A complex of peat bog ecosystems, with various endangered species of plants and animals.

Devět skal (836 m ASL)

GPS:
49° 40' 13.3464" N 16° 1' 55.8876" E
Description:

The highest peak of the Žďár Hills is Devět skal, formed by rock formations divided into blocks up to 15 m high called the confessionals. These blocks form groups called rock cities. The rocky outcropping at the top offers a nearly 360° view of the upper Svratka valley and expansive forests on the main ridge. 

Dráteničky Rock

GPS:
49° 39' 17.1324" N 16° 5' 2.3424" E
Description:

 
Large rock formation between Blatiny and Samotín up to 35 m high. It is one of the most favourite places to visit in Novoměstsko. It is also very popular for climbers.

European Watershed

GPS:
49° 38' 46.4496" N 15° 59' 19.266" E
Description:

The Žďár Hills are the source of several of our important rivers. The European Watershed runs along the ridges of the Žďár Hills dividing the North and BlackSeas basins. The northeastern part (around 54 %) drains to the North Sea via the rivers Chrudimka, Sázava and Doubrava, and the southeastern part (around 46 %) ...

Linden tree in Nové Město na Moravě

GPS:
49° 34' 1.362" N 16° 4' 23.1024" E
Description:

Two linden trees, the circumference 600 and 345 cm, hight 36 and 33 m, age 300 and 200 years. The older one was  in a bad state, you can find its torso at the main gate of a catholical cemetery.

Lisovská Rock (801 m)

GPS:
49° 39' 43.1352" N 16° 2' 14.6004" E
Description:

Rock formation in the higher part of Žďárské Vrchy is a typical example of  freeze erotion. This two rock ridges are about one kilometer far from the higest top of Žďárské Vrchy-Devět skal, by the road from Kadov to Herálec. 

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