Czech mountains are a strange for me because they do not end up in steep, rocky peaks. They are old mountains and although in their lands one can find rich forests, lakes, rivers and rare geological formations, the feeling of the peak is often absent. It is as if they keep all their power within them. Jizerské hory, meaning Giant Mountains have maximum altitude 1126m., meaning that they are not so gigantic. The Mumlava waterfall though is definitely a giant.