The Lusatian Mountains are a small mountain range (180 km2) to the west of the Jizera Mountains and north of the Ralská Hills. There are sixteen small protected areas and nineteen protected trees in the Lusatian Mountains. Only smaller watercourses (e.g. the Kamenice River) have their sources here.
Originally, the Lusatian Mountains were mainly forested with beech and fir trees, less so with spruce. Thanks to artificial reforestation of cleared areas, the Lusatian Mountains are, like other Czech mountains, predominantly spruce. In the Lusatian Mountains many debris fields can be found, which were formed by weathering during the Ice Age. Smaller debris fields can be found on almost every hill.
Luž 793 m
Pěnkavčí vrch 792 m, Jedlová 774 m, Klíč 760 m, Hvozd 749 m, Studenec 736 m
Děčínská vrchovina; Šluknovská pahorkatina; Žitavská pánev; Ještědsko-kozákovský hřbet; Ralská pahorkatina; České středohoří