Summer season

Štěpánka Look-Out Tower

Štěpánka, rising to 959 metres above sea level, is the oldest look-out tower in the Jizera Mountains. Construction commenced upon the order of Prince Camille Rohan in 1847. In the same year, the construction of the Imperial Krkonoše (Giant Mountain) Road was underway in the valley below the lookout tower, the supreme patron of which was Archduke Stephan, who climbed to the top of Buchstein Hill (modern-day Hvězda). The look-out tower offers a breathtaking 180° view of the countryside.