The Acacia Tower (Akátová Věž) lookout tower on the Výhon hill is a uniquely designed structure from 2009 combining concrete, metal and wood, the last of these of course being acacia wood.
If you like hard figures: the total height of the lookout tower is 17.7 meters and you will climb 76 stairs (3 concrete, 12 metal and 61 wooden). The altitude of the viewing platform is 369.5 meters.
The advantage for tourists is that the lookout tower is accessible 24 hours a day and it is free of charge. Lazy people are out of luck – it is forbidden go to the lookout tower by car. The lookout tower is part of a tourist circuit with a sophisticated information system.
So what do you think, will you take out your hiking boots?
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