There is a beautiful view over the surrounding summits of Kralický sněžník, Suchý vrch, Žampach or Zakletý, from the prolonged bare hill Zmrzlík (“Frozen”, elevation 602 m).
There is a legend related to the hill:
“...It was a year after a long winter, as if the spring was never again to come. There was snow still, and the Kunvald pilgrimage (24. 4.) suffered from another snowstorm. The next day they found – at the place of the divine image – a frozen man, who had set off from Bartošovice to join the pilgrimage...”
That’s supposedly when the hill got its name.