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Moravian-Silesian Region Official Travel Guide

The Jeseníky PLA

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Unparalleled, unique, mysterious and picturesque. Such is the nature at the Jeseníky Mountains. The landscape was formed over millions of years, creating springs, creeks, waterfalls, pools, a peat bog, as well as high mountains covered with grass or scrubby trees that survive the harsh climate. 
The Jeseníky Mountains are the home of many types of birds, animals, insects, vegetation, herbs and trees. There are hundreds and thousands of fauna and flora that created their own world here. You will not find many of them anywhere else and natural scientists from the entire country and abroad come here to admire them. Photographers, who capture the mysterious atmosphere of the local forests, creeks and unparalleled panoramas, love the Jeseníky Mountains.

It is no wonder that this entire territory was declared a single large Protected Landscape Area in 1969 and covers an area of 740 km2. Most of this area is covered with man-planted spruce and beech trees, set alongside natural forests.

The most valued parts of the Protected Landscape Area include four natural reserves by the summits of Mount Praděd, Mount Šerák-Keprník and Mount Rejvíz and around the Skřítek Peat Bog. Velká kotlina is the richest botanical location with 450 types of embryophyta. In the Jeseníky Mountains, you can see a lynx and, once in a great while, a wolf and a bear.

The Jeseníky Mountains are a very unique area for the Czech Republic, and in Europe as a whole. Here, you can learn about the local nature and do sports all year long. In the past, the mountains were a part of the Sudetes, which considerably affected the life of people that were bounded with these rugged, yet magnificent, mountains for centuries. 
Contact
Správa CHKO Jeseníky
Šumperská 93
790 01 Jeseník
The Jeseniky Mountains

Experiences

The Jeseniky Mountains
Providing information services to tourists, offering tips on accommodation, cultural and sports events

                                                            
Malá Morávka
Conquer the slopes of the “Moravian Glacier” at the highest-altitude resort in the Czech Rep. When waiting in line for the lift, feast your eyes on the beautiful Jeseníky
Karlova Studánka
Divine tranquillity in an exceptional climate 
Malá Morávka
Have lunch “in the sky” at the highest-placed restaurant in the country - atop of Praděd, the highest Moravian peak.
Karlov pod Pradědem
Enjoy 12 kilometers of interconnected slopes in the largest evening skiing resort in Moravia
Loučná nad Desnou
A technical wonder on top of a mountain
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