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Skiing is indisputably the most popular winter sport. There is no better place in Bohemia for skiing than the Krkonoše Mountains. Špindlerův Mlýn is justly the most visited ski resort in the Krkonoše Mountains, both by lovers of downhill skiing and the cross-country skiing enthusiasts. All ski resorts in Špindlerův Mlýn naturally offer well-prepared ski slopes and cross-country skiing trails, skiing and snowboarding schools, ski rental shops and storage, ski bus service, and in many places also the possibility of evening skiing that enjoys increased popularity. This page briefly introduces the main ski resorts in Špindlerův Mlýn area.
operates 5 ropeways and 11 ski-tows in Špindlerův Mlýn and Horní Mísečky with the total of 25 km of ski slopes, of which 95% are covered by the artificial snow-making systems.
Map of skiing opportunities in the ski resort
In winter season, it offers 3 ropeways and 5 ski-tows (including U ramp) for skiing. It provides one of the best conditions for skiing and snowboarding in the Czech Republic.
Map of skiing opportunities in Svatý Petr resort
Snow conditions for skiing - Svatý Petr
is a popular place among skiers. The black and red downhill tracks should be preferably used for sport skiing. Medvědín resort is connected with Horní Mísečky resort by a ropeway.
Maps of skiing opportunities in Medvědín resort
Snow conditions for skiing - Medvědín
offers a total of four ski-tows, perfectly prepared downhill tracks suitable especially for moderately advanced skiers and beginners. The ski resort also includes a snowpark for snowboarding.
Map of skiing opportunities in Horní Mísečky resort
are a popular place of interest for the cross-country skiing enthusiasts, who will enjoy well-prepared cross-country skiing trails that are a starting point for the ridge tours.
Overview of tourist cross-country skiing trails including itinerary and GPX file for your navigation device
are are popular among lovers of competition cross-country skiing, who will find well-prepared routes every day.
Overview of competition cross-country skiing courses including itinerary and GPX file for your navigation device
night skiing from December 25, 2005 starting at 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM - the longest night skiing in the Czech Republic (1,100 meter downhill track).
evening skiing on a training slope 300 m long – available every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30 PM until 08:30 PM.