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Kněhyně - vrchol 1257 m.n.m.
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Vrchol hory Kněhyně(1257 m.n.m.) s kamennou mohylou a křížem. Kněhyně je třetí nejvyšší horou Moravskoslezských Beskyd. V roce 2004 byla stezka na vrchol zrušena, oficiální výstup zde tak není možný. Vrcholová část Kněhyně je součástí NPR Kněhyně - Čertův mlýn.


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