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The Hůrka Hill (817 m)
The wooded hill dominantes vast forests. A wooden viewing tower used to stand on its top in the last century. Today the view from the hill is overgrown with trees. An interesting natural formation is hidden on a knoll to the northeast of the Hůrka Hill. It is an abandoned basalt quarry with conspicuous stone columns which are called the Basalt Organ by Hlinky. The Chlumecký Hill (787 m) offer a panoramatic view to the distant towers to the east of the Hůrka Hill. People look for fossilized Tertiary plants in sandstone and quartzite on the hillside of the Chlumecký Hill.