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Moravian-Silesian Region Official Travel Guide
What to do Nature Natural attractions Volcanoes in the Bruntál Region

Volcanoes in the Bruntál Region

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The countryside by Bruntál was formed by volcanoes that erupted lava and sulphur less than two million years ago. It may seem like it happened a very long time ago, but these volcanoes are, in fact, one of the youngest. To this day, you can see the remains of the volcanic activity around Bruntál.  
The most famous volcano is the Uhlířský Hill near Bruntál, which was a famous pilgrimage destination. There is also a chapel on Velký Roudný Hill.

The natural formation of basaltic columns, called the Lava Flows by Medina, is very unique.

The tops of some of the volcanoes have become a natural reserve where rare types of plants grow because of the specific type of soil and dry weather. The volcanoes also provide a magnificent view of the surrounding countryside: the Jeseníky Mountains, the lowland toward Opava and the Slezská Harta Dam. The old extinct volcanoes of Bruntál are one of the many reasons for visiting this location, as well as learning about the region’s history, geology and homeland.

The Eruptive Rocks Educational Trail will take you to all volcanoes in the Bruntál region and to each site that show volcanic activity.
Contact
MIC Bruntál
nám. Míru 7
792 01 Bruntál
The Jeseniky Mountains

Experiences

Opava, Kylešovice
For fishing and the aroma of roasted fish
Opava
Seeking original beer, fishing and the scent of baked fish at the historic watermill
Opava
Which Czech museum is the oldest? The one in Opava!
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
Malá Morávka
Have lunch “in the sky” at the highest-placed restaurant in the country - atop of Praděd, the highest Moravian peak.
Roudno u Bruntálu
A volcano that created the landscape around Bruntál 
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