Luční hora (Polish: Łączna Góra, German: Hochwiesenberg, literally Meadow Mountain), is the cumulonimbus mountain located in the Krkonoše mountains about 5.5 km northwest of the town Pec pod Sněžkou and 4 km east of the town Špindlerův Mlýn to which cadastral belongs. It is the second highest mountain in the Czech Republic and the highest peak of the Bohemian ridge. The mountain peak is a plain, flat and relatively large. To the north and west side of the mountain occurs avalanche slopes. The mountain is located in Zone I of Krkonoše National Park.
Geologically, the mountain is formed of schist, shaped into clusters, intersected by quartzite. In the Czech Republic it is a unique example of cruised and polygonal soils. There can also be found cryoplanatial terraces and stone seas.
The nearest mountain hut is Meadow Chalet located 1 305m/4 280ft ENE of the summit.
By elevation Luční hora is
# 2 out of 142 in Krkonoše national park # 2 out of 2721 in Northeast # 2 out of 914 in Královéhradecký kraj # 2 out of 13640 in Czechia # 2 out of 23540 in the Bohemian Ranges
By prominence Luční hora is
# 7 out of 142 in Krkonoše national park # 49 out of 2721 in Northeast # 12 out of 914 in Královéhradecký kraj
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