Radegast - Beskydy
The mountain called Radegast is one of the most famous peaks in the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy. It is located about 2.5 km southeast of Radhoště and about a kilometer southwest of Pusteven.
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Interesting facts Radegast - Beskydy
Radegast is known throughout the Czech Republic for its beer designation and then also for the statue of the same name of the Slavic god of abundance and sun - Radegast, which stands below the top of the mountain, is about 3 meters high and was created by Albín Polášek. It was created in 1931 and also imprinted the name on this peak, which is covered mainly by spruce forests.
The peaks of Radegast
The ridge between Radhoště and Pustevny includes a total of three thousand. It is about:
• Radegast - with an altitude of 1,106 m above sea level, is the highest and easternmost of the three. Just below its top is the famous statue of the god Radegast.
• Radegast - From the top 1 - with an altitude of 1,103 m above sea level, is flat and laid to the west of Radegast. Especially to the south and north, you will have beautiful views from the top. The peak was partially deforested due to two ski lifts that operate here.
• Radegast - Z peak 2 - with an altitude of 1,099 m above sea level, is very flat, with the southern part covered with meadows.
Road to Radegast
You can get to all three peaks along the road marked with a blue tourist sign, which connects Pustevny and Radhošť.
From Skalík's meadow you can ascend to Radegast along the yellow marked trail. You can also use the green marked path from Trojanovice to Dolní Bečva, which will also take you to Radegast.
Author: Andrea Štyndlová