After the snow has melted around the roads along the Hřebeč ridge, visitors will find a view platform which is found going safely down the stairs through the virgin forest. There they can enjoy a view over a beautiful landscape that thanks to its distinct shapes can remind of sleeping crocodiles; just look carefully on the settlement of Třebová (Třebovské hradisko) or the hill of Rychnov. At the information panels visitors can learn about the work and look of local miners a century ago. People interested in technology will find out how they built the tunnelling portals – the entrance to the underground, and how many rails there were in the Hugo Karel Altány mine. Throughout the forest the imitations or models of old mining works will take turns with covered seats at the view points. That is where a curious tourist will gain information about scarce plants and animals in the area of Hřebeč. The mountains of Hrubý Jeseník and Kralický Sněžník can in good weather be viewed from the mining tower which now functions as a view tower on the Guardian hill (Strážní vrch) On Hřebeč one can reach Mladějov na Moravě where a steam locomotive train going on narrow rails uphill will cause excitement in children and others. The Mladějov industrial museum will certainly attract those who love technology. Other information panels will inform about the history of settlement in the T?ebová valley, i.e. at the settlement of Udánský les. Those coming or biking from the other side should climb up the mysterious hill of Rychnov (Rychnovský vrch) that opens a magnificent view on the Hřebeč ridge. On their way close to Moravská Sázava they will find traces of winter traces of beaver, the “small big” lumberjack. They will get stunned by a romantic ruin of a long-since abandoned closter Koruna u Třebářova. If they choose to go through Radišov and the train station of Kunčice they will find the castle of Moravská Třebová and see the exposition about geological development in our region that is newly built in an old cellar under the courtyard.