A charming cliff-top lookout (623 m above sea level) on the north-west flank of the Muchov peak, which rises above Tanvald from the south west. The cliff was a favourite site for Theresa, the wife of the owner of the Tanvald spinning mills, who had the observation point built there at his own expense in 1853 and named it Terezínka after his wife. The path to the observation point leads from Tanvald along a forest track marked with a red hiking track marking. There are steps for easier access to the cliff and the observation point is equipped with a banister. The site was formerly known as Schafstein (or Šouf in Czech) after an infamous bandit who was based there. And a cursed princess is supposedly imprisoned in the cliff.