Pustevny (Hermitages) have been called after hermits who lived iure until 1874, when Felix, the last of the hermits, died. Pustevny form a gap between Okruhlý Hill and the summit of Mount Radhošť. They are situated at 1018 metres above sea level. In time they became an important tourist resort, dominated by Jurkovič’s shelters, timber buildings in folk style, with interiors decorated with murals by Mikoláš Aleš. Other old buildings at Pustevny are the stone chalet Šumná and the Tanečnica Hotel. In 1965 the Valaška Shed was built.