Moses’ springs (1140 m a.s.l.) are water springs which spurt out from the rock wall on the southwest slope of the mountain of Hromové in the Mala Fatra. Moses’ springs feed water to Šútovský stream and Šútovský waterfall. Several springs that are actually coming out from a little rock cliff closely remind the biblical Moses springs who struck a rock with his staff and water started gushing from it. You can get there following the blue trail from Šútovo through the Šútovo valley and pass the Šútovský waterfall. To get to the springs from the other side (from the ridge of the Krivánska Malá Fatra) walk the path starting at the cottage Chata pod Chlebom. Consult a map for better orientation in the area.