Obří skály (1082 m above sea level) are 10 to 16 meters high and 700 meters long gneiss rock wall, located in the National Nature Reserve Šerák - Keprník, between the villages of Horní Lipová and Ramzová in the protected area of Jeseníky. On the rocks can be seen numerous frost cabins with characteristic signs of weathering - grooves, rock lids and mushrooms, rock-like window. The northern part of the Obří skály is a popular climbing terrain. Near the tourist signpost Obří skály is built tourist shelter.
Obří skály are opean all year for walking or cycling, and offers a beautiful view of the Rychlebské mountains, Králický Sněžník, Bela valley, wind powered power station Ostruzna and on a clear day we will see peaks in Poland and Polish Otmuchów Lake.
Giant rock formation, according to legend, is responsible by figure named Amík. He allegedly bet with giant from neighborhood that he will throw further giant block of rock. Amík threw the rock away, but his neighbor threw further, so Yank in indignation sliced the giant rock in half.