Ruprechtický Špičák peak

The highest peak of Broumov region with splended lookout

Beneficent night for the Broumov region / 2. 6. 2017

Beneficient auction of wines and artistic objects, music program and wine-tasting.

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Vinum et Cetera / 3.6.2017

Public wine-tasting of the best czech and moravian wines...

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Treasures of the Broumov region

Summer music festival...

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Interactive historical workshops


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LETTERPRESS - from March 2017

New educational program for schools

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Ruprechtický špičák is the highest peak of Javoří Mountains - 881 meters above sea level. It is located 10 km to the northeast of Broumov and only a few dozen meters from the border with Poland. There is a metal observation tower on the top, which is almost 30 metres high.

Challenging climbing up to the top is rewarded by spectacular view of the Broumov panorama with view from one side to the Giant Mountains, in the middle to the Javoří Mountains with the Polish Owl Mountains and on the left side you can see Orlické Mountains.

You can get to the tower along marked hiking trails. For the less fit it is possible to go by car almost below the top of Špičák - to the end of the village Ruprechtice.

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