Peat moors

Novodomské peat moor

Novodomské rašeliniště

The national nature reserve, Novodomské peat moor, was declared in 1967 and its total area is 574.8 hectares. The reserve is situated in the region of Chomutov at an altitude of 810-830 m. The protected area is a watershed dividing the upland moor with strong underground springs, consisting of two independent peat moors - the Načetínské peat moor and the Jezerní peat moor are connected by waterlogged and peaty pine groves. There is a typical flora and fauna living in this biotope. A characteristic growth of this biotope is a dwarf pine.

Božídarské peat moor

Božídarské rašeliniště

The national nature reserve named Božídarské rašeliniště peat moor is situated southwest from the mountain town of Boží Dar. Thanks to its area of 930 ha, it is the largest peat moor in the Krušné hory Mountains. There is a 3.2 km long nature trail through the peat moor formed from deck pavements - they protect tourists as well as the peat moor along with the rare species of animals and plants growing there.

Peat moor U jezera

The Cínovecké rašeliniště peat moor is a nature reserve located north from the town of Košťany in the district of Teplice. It is situated at an altitude 870 m above sea level. The Cínovecké peat moor was declared a nature reserve in 2001. The reason for its protection is the occurrence of protected and endangered botanical and animal species, such as the common European viper, the moorland spotted orchid, Northern cranberry, viviparous lizard and Marsh Labrador tea.

Cínovecké peat moor

Cínovecké rašeliniště

The Cínovecké rašeliniště peat moor is a nature reserve located north from the town of Košťany in the district of Teplice. It is situated at an altitude 870 m above sea level. The Cínovecké peat moor was declared a nature reserve in 2001. The reason for its protection is the occurrence of protected and endangered botanical and animal species, such as the common European viper, the moorland spotted orchid, Northern cranberry, viviparous lizard and Marsh Labrador tea.

Grünwaldské dreary moor

The Grünwaldské rašeliniště dreary moor is situated south from the village of Moldava in the district of Teplice. In 1989 it was declared a nature reserve to protect the high peat moor because of the growth of several types of mountain bog pines. The place is a natural mating area and a rookery for black grouse.

Great Grouse Mating Area

Velké tetřeví tokaniště

The Velké tetřeví tokaniště (the Great Grouse Mating Area) is located in the area of the Flájský potok stream north from the village of Moldava. Its area is around 24 hectares and it is characterised by open areas connected by the growths of downy birch. The Velké tetřeví tokaniště is accessible on the road from the town of Nové Město in the Krušné hory Mountains.