Being approached from NE. This wooden tower was erected just a couple of years ago by the Czechs, who visit Klepáč (or Klepý; Klappersteine in German) much more often than Polish hikers. For the Polish hiker, the 1,145m summit is usually just an interesting point halfway down the trail from Śnieżnik to the town of Międzylesie. The Polish name of the summit, Trójmorski Wierch (Peak of Three Seas), was introduced in 1946 and refers to the fact that the sides of the mountain belong in the drainage basins of three seas, namely the Black Sea, the Baltic and the North Sea. The Czech and the old German names are believed to refer to the clatter you hear while walking over the blockfields which cover considerable parts of both the top and the sides of the mountain.