The Vysočina Region spreads out in the cetral part of the Czech Republic and is sought after primarily by admirers of preserved nature, practically untouched by the hand of civilization. Significant part of theVysočina territory is legally protected for its natural and cultural value. The largest of these areas is CHKO Žďárské vrchy and CHKO Železné hory. The entire territory is completed by Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, hilly landscape with abundant forest and meadows. The character of the landscape is shaped by numerous water surfaces. The abundant building, archeological and documentary monuments and museum collections speak of the rich history of Vysočina.
Vysočina is always rising and falling. Despite this, the picturesque landscape is criss-crossed by a dense network of hiking and bicycle trails. The variegated landscape provides unforgettable experiences for admirers of silent nature. The region of Žďárské vrchy changes in winter to a ski paradise with dozens of kilometres for cross-country skiing trails for racing and recreational skiers.The mountain climbing can be done in Vysočina particulary on some peaks of Žďárské vrchy and on reserved sections of the peaks Devět skal, Čtyři Palice nad Dráteničky.