Bouřňák (869m above sea level) is one of the highest peaks in eastern part of the Ore mountains, above the town Mikulov, near spa Teplice. At the top of the mountain there is a mountain hotel Bouřňák - Cottage of Karel Lím, the first Czech tourist cottage in the Ore Mountains. The foundation stone was laid in summer 1928 and in the year 1930 the cottage was opened. The mountain was previously known as Stürmer.
Bouřňák is a very popular center for downhill skiing in the winter. There are several ski runs, which satisfy beginners but also very experienced skiers. Slalom slope belongs among the steepest in the Czech Republic. In summer, Bouřňák is known thanks the downhill mountain bike races.
The top of the mountain Bouřňák is accessible on asphalt road, but parking at the top is intended only for hotel guests. The top fo the mountain offers an unique view of the picturesque landscape of the Bohemian Central Highlands.
In the top part of the mountain Bouřňák there is a natural monument Buky na Bouřňáku (Beeches on Bournak), wind-twisted beeches with flagship forms of crowns.