The trail is well marked and its four stops with information boards provide information about the existence of the largest Celtic oppidum in Moravia. The trail leads from Konice to Stražisko along the road, then follows the red marked trail via Seč to Malé Hradisko and Staré Hradisko, and then back to Stražisko following the blue marked trail, with the possibility of going back by train. The oppidum occupies an area of 37 ha, bordered by a 2800-metre-long wall. Dating back to the 2nd and 1st centuries before Christ, it is said to have been inhabited by almost 5000 people. The archeologists revealed evidence of the existence of workshops processing amber, casting non-ferrous metals or precious metals, producing ceramics, minting mills, etc. The findings include weapons, metal tools, metal fittings, coins, ceramics, jewellery and other works of art.