Discover the epitome of mountain luxury at Špindlerův Mlýn, renowned as the premier mountain resort nestled in the breathtaking Giant Mountains. A perennial favorite among discerning travelers, Špindl beckons with its allure, offering an array of attractions that captivate visitors year-round.
In winter, the resort transforms into a skier's paradise, boasting 27 kilometers of meticulously groomed pistes, serviced by 6 chairlifts and 11 lifts. The thrill of snow tubing, a toboggan run, and the acclaimed Fresh Track experience add to the excitement.
As the seasons change, Špindlerův Mlýn seamlessly transitions into a haven for summer enthusiasts. Embark on exhilarating hikes or traverse the extensive network of cycling paths, including thrilling downhill and dual tracks for mountain biking aficionados. Water sports, paragliding, horse riding, and an array of activities such as bobsleigh, quad biking, tennis, mini golf, and adrenaline parks await your exploration.
For a unique family experience, the LEGO Museum, located just steps from our apartments, promises delightful discoveries. Nature lovers seeking a retreat from city life will find solace in Špindl's unique climatic conditions and diverse mountain landscapes. Don't miss the historic charm of Svatý Petr, the oldest part of the village dating back to the 16th century.
Thrill-seekers can take on the Rappelling and Zip line adventure at the Elbe Dam, featuring an adrenaline-pumping 120m-long ride suspended along the embankment. Meanwhile, the Treetop Trail in Janské Lázně, situated in the heart of the Krkonoše National Park, offers a captivating experience amidst majestic forests.
Indulge in a "wellness holiday mode" with Špindlerův Mlýn's diverse offerings. From a plethora of restaurants and services to entertaining programs and relaxation procedures, the resort caters to every desire.
Your adventure awaits—choose Špindlerův Mlýn for an unparalleled mountain escape!
Explore the captivating wonders of Orlické hory, a mountain range named after the meandering River Orlice that gracefully traces the Czech-Polish border. The pinnacle of this enchanting landscape is Velká Deštná (1115 m.a.s.l.), reigning over the main ridge hike and offering one of the Czech Republic's most breathtaking panoramas. Whether on foot, by bike, or gliding along cross-country trails in winter, the journey to this majestic summit is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Embark on a circular tourist route from Šerlich, with a delightful pause at Masaryk's cottage.
In the foothills of the Eagle Mountains, a trove of historical treasures awaits exploration. Monuments, castles, and chateaux dot the landscape, particularly in the tranquil haven of Podhůří—an idyllic retreat untouched by mass tourism. Winter transforms Říčky and Deštná into sought-after havens for skiers, cross-country enthusiasts, and winter sports aficionados. Adrenaline junkies can revel in the thrill of snowmobiling and historic snowmobile rides, reminiscent of mountain cottage traditions. For the best slopes in Orlické hory, the Říčky ski center beckons.
A declared cultural monument, the artillery fortress Hanička near Rokytnice in Orlické hory unveils pre-war fortifications interconnected by extensive corridors and halls. Dive into history with a family trip through military shelters, now part of an enlightening exhibition and museum.
Preserving its original natural allure, the entire area radiates tranquility and relaxation. Discover castle and city parks, meticulously tended country gardens, beech forests, a protected landscape area, educational trails, and a labyrinth of cycling and walking routes. Let romance unfold along rivers winding through valleys, encounter dams, castle ruins, and enchanted forests—a magical tapestry awaiting every visitor to Orlické hory.
Nestled between the Eagle Mountains and the Jeseníky Mountains, at the base of Králické Sněžník, Dolní Morava emerges as a haven of natural splendor. The ski area, cradled in the valley not far from the summit of Králický Sněžník, boasts some of the Czech Republic's finest tracks. Renowned for its mountain ski resort and its affiliation with the Králický Sněžník National Nature Reserve, the region captivates with wooded ridges, the serene flow of the Morava River, and an atmosphere of divine tranquility.
Dolní Morava beckons to adventure enthusiasts in every season, offering a spectrum of activities. From downhill skiing to cross-country trails, ski mountaineering, and the year-round accessible Sky walk, the options are as varied as the landscape itself. Thrill-seekers can take on the bobsleigh track or experience the exhilaration of evening sledding under the starlit sky.
Beyond the winter wonderland, Dolní Morava transforms into a vibrant tapestry of life. The Mammoth water park, Forest adventure park, Children's park Amálka, trampolines, rope adrenaline park, pedal carts, wellness facilities, and inviting swimming pools await visitors seeking diverse experiences. For those with a penchant for aquatic adventures, the rivers surrounding Králický Sněžník provide an ideal playground, while horse riders and cultural enthusiasts will find their passions well-catered for.
A groundbreaking addition to Dolní Morava's allure is the recently inaugurated Sky Bridge 721. A marvel in engineering, it proudly holds the title of the world's longest suspension bridge, spanning an impressive 721 meters at a breathtaking height of almost 100 meters above the ground. This architectural masterpiece connects two mountain ridges, providing a once-in-a-lifetime experience and adding a new dimension to Dolní Morava's already remarkable landscape.
Nestled in the valley of the Úpa River, Pec pod Sněžkou stands as both a charming mountain town and a pivotal sports and tourist hub within the heart of the Krkonoše National Park—the very soul of the Giant Mountains. Recognized as the largest ski resort in the Czech Republic, Pec pod Sněžkou beckons as a gateway to the year-round beauty of the Krkonoše Mountains.
Embarking on the exploration of this picturesque locale reveals numerous paths leading to the mountain peaks, whether by foot, bike, or the convenience of a cable car with an intermediate station on Růžová hora. The town, ensconced by hills and mountains, offers a panorama of unparalleled beauty, ensuring a unique atmosphere and breathtaking views in every direction.
Yet, the allure of Pec pod Sněžkou extends beyond mountain ascents. With approximately 27 kilometers of slopes, downhill skiing enthusiasts are treated to an expansive winter wonderland. Cross-country trails, ski mountaineering, ice skating, and captivating rides with dog sleds create a diverse tapestry of winter activities. For the adventurous, there are exhilarating experiences like snowmobiling, snow parks, evening skiing, and the extraordinary Fresh Track, providing the thrill of morning skiing before the official area opening.
Pec pod Sněžkou embraces a commitment to excellence, offering high-level services, wellness facilities, and relaxation activities to rejuvenate the entire organism. Families with children can delight in Pecka Playland in Velká Úpa, a bobsleigh track, a rope center, and engaging game elements along the main tourist hiking trails.
In the summer, Pec pod Sněžkou transforms into a haven for lovers of active holidays. Enthusiasts of mountain tourism will discover a plethora of hiking trails leading through valleys, enchanting nature, and unique flora and fauna up to the mighty ridges of the highest Czech mountains. Whether blanketed in snow or bathed in the warm glow of summer, Pec pod Sněžkou stands as a haven for those seeking the perfect blend of adventure and tranquility in the heart of the Giant Mountains National Park.