National nature reserve Králický Sněžník
The most prominent feature of the Staré Město micro-region is Králický Sněžník (1424 metres in altitude) on whose peak once stood a viewing area. A statue of a baby elephant lords over the surrounding area gazing throughout the year at the views of the Hrubý Jeseník, Orlické hory, Krkonoše and the Polish Soví mountain ranges. Visitors should not pass up the view either. The national nature reserve Králický Sněžník is the starting point for the largest Moravian river the Morava and lies in the central and top parts of the mountain range of the same name taking up an area of 1695 ha. The peak Klepý looms up on the border with Poland and forms a significant European dividing point for water leading into three seas.