Božídarské peat moor
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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. The nature trail called "The Božídarské rašeliniště peat moor" starts at the information centre in Boží Dar and there are 12 signboards that inform tourists on the environment and rarities of the peat moor, the history of peat mining in the Krušné hory Mountains, etc. Within the reserve there is Božídarský Špičák (1.115 m above the sea level) - the highest igneous basalt pile in Central Europe which is inaccessible because of its position.