Would you like to see Germany and Switzerland (the Bohemian one, of course) at the same time? Climb the concrete observation tower standing on a hill that used to be used to guard the entire region thanks to its far-reaching views.

The ultra-modern Růženka (Sleeping Beauty) lookout tower stands at the top of Pastevní vrch (Pasture Hill) above the village of Růžová. It is made of concrete and reaches a height of 6.2 metres. The Růženka viewing toweroffers a magnificent view of Bohemian Switzerland and its Saxon side in Germany. You can see as far as the world's largest rock gate Pravčická brána, the Milešovka mountain in the Central Bohemian Highlands, the Lusatian Mountains, and the highest table mountain in Czechia Sněžník near Děčín. You'll also see grazing long-haired cows, sheep, horses, and llamas.

On Pastevní vrch, since 1809, there has been a divine torment to which processions of believers used to go on the Feast of Corpus Christi. Later, the deforested Pasture Hill was also used to guard the region thanks to the views from its top. Its German name - Hutberg, or Watch Hill - is a proof of this.

The lookout tower can be reached by a pleasant walk along an interesting nature trail from Růžová or from Bohemian Switzerland.