Černá hora peat bog
Nature has created countless places to which you can return permanently and never get bored. Others will visit once, without the need to experience this knowledge again. Places belonging to the first mentioned category lie in the bowels of our Czech mountains.
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One of them is the rounded peak of Montenegro in the Giant Mountains, which encourages a comfortable walk. Just take the cable car up the steep hill and you are suddenly at an altitude of 1299 m.n.m. Not only the picturesque stretching mountains can be seen here, but also the six thousand-year-old peat bogs, the vast wetlands of unpredictable properties. On an area of 66 hectares, another world awaits you - adventurous and mysterious. You will seem to be in a different level of being. You will be breathed by the dead cold of dying trees and you will take a closer look at a two and a half meter deep layer of peat, over which insects fly briskly. It thus contrasts the demise of the birth of a new life.
An unpretentious three and a half km long section invites visitors to tour an unusual natural phenomenon. The hungry admirer must be amazed at the untouchable beauty around him. The courage to pluck at least blueberries is at zero. You feel that you are touching sacred bushes that belong only to the forest around, not to any of the passers-by. No one dares to enter even at the edge of the forest, but stick to the marked paths. So powerful is the enchanting landscape around Montenegro.
Embark on her magical paradise. All you need is taste, warm weather, innate self-discipline and respect for the work of cosmic intelligence.
Author: Marcela Horká, Vlastimil Hloupý