This forested hill (elevation 493 m) can be found in Lower Kunvald, between Horský creek and Rokytenka river. It looks a bit like Czech memorial hill Říp, and used to be called Felcman hill.
According to a medieval legend monastery was built here, but destroyed in the Hussite Wars. The legend goes on: once upon a time there was a farmer, who owned the hill, and one day decided to plough it. But the horses denied obedience on the top. So the farmer swore loud to make them move, but the animals were paralyzed. And bells were ringing from the depth of the hill. The man died within a year, and his sons never dared to plough the land again.