Milešovka is the highest mountain in the Central Bohemian Uplands. Its peak lies at an altitude of 836.5 meters above sea level. It was named after the nearby Milešov (2 km). There was established a national nature reserve (51.3 ha in 1951). From the top of the mountain is a panoramic view of the surrounding area; Milešovka because all the other hills in Central Bohemian Uplands significantly exceeds. Also because it is a place with the harshest climates in the country. Milešovka is considered the windiest Czech mountain, no wind, there is only eight days a year.