Border mountain Klepáč (1144 m asl) in the massif belongs geographically to the most interesting places in the Czech Republic. According to the State should rightly be negotiated by Poland, however, we call it gossip, or Klepáč (allegedly by the sound of rock debris) and the German name Klappersteine it corresponds. Poles call him Trojmórski Wierch, according watershed of three seas which is located on the southwestern slope .. This peak is, the place where the divide between the three European seas. Heading from the southeastern slopes of water into the Morava River and the Danube and the Black Sea, from south-west to the Elbe and the North Sea and the North-west to the Oder and the Baltic Sea. With a calmness about the place so we can talk about as the roof of Europe.
In 2009, wooden tower began to grow on Klepac. The tower was indeed built by Polish builders, but since the tower stands on the border between the Czech Republic and Poland (like in the past on nearby Králický Sněžník), and above it is a joint Czech-Polish project in the context of cross-border cooperation in the Euroregion Glacensis boldly i would like to include it as a Czech lookout. Lookout also serves as a fire watchtower as fire ravaged the surrounding woods often on both sides of the border. Although it was originally planned completion date set for September 30, 2009, the slow progress of construction and unexpected snowfall in early October, made plans for a line through the budget. The opening ceremony and enjoyed tower until spring 2010. Construction, however, did not enjoy a long functioning. Mountain violent storm destroyed the structure built on a border lookout Klepac. It is of course now closed and it remains to add that we will see (QUALITY) repairs before the mountain wind completely swept away entire building.
In the autumn of 2009, on top of open wooden lookout tower 28 m high, built by Polish investors. It is freely accessible from the Czech side the best available from the border crossing Upper Morava - Jodłów (blue tourist sign) from the Upper Moravia, or the upper arrow (only barrier) only for pedestrians or cyclists or skiers. Further along the border of the Polish green tourist. Output from the border crossing is very steep, in winter it is better to use the ridge trail from Przełęcz (saddle) Puchacza (our Hledsebe), where they could be reached on skis back and forth along the so-called. Terexové road (turns from blue marker just before the border ). Habitat at the top is quite extreme, so the question remains, how long it will last wooden lookout tower.
In the summer of 2011, actually appeared some problems on the wooden structure, the building was thus reinforced with iron straps.