At 723 m, Špičák does not tower above its neighbors in the immediate vicinity, but it does offer an unusual perspective, as there are few mountains with a view in this region. Unfortunately, the view towards Saxon and Bohemian Switzerland is obscured by vegetation. But the view into the Eastern Erzgebirge is magnificent and unusual. As a prominent elevation right next to the highway, the Špičák cannot be missed by passers-by.
The viewpoint is located on the western of the two peaks, on basalt columns. At the foot of them, remains of a building can still be seen, which was an inn until 1945.
On the eastern side of the peak there is a cave, but it is not easy to find.