Almost 12% of the Czech Republic’s territory is made up of national parks, and almost all sport centers of this country are located in these national parks. There are about 200 resorts in the boundary areas of Bohemia and Moravia.
Czech mountains are not high: the main peak, Snezka, rises just 1602 m above sea level. But ski resorts located in the forests and on mountain glades seem to be very cozy. Here, at small elevation, perfect conditions for skiing and rest have been created.
The Krkonose massif located 130 km north-eastward of Prague with its resorts of Spindleruv Mlyn, Pec pod Sněžkou, Harrahov, Janské Lázně is especially popular among alpine skiers. The snow cover here lasts from November till April; its average thickness is 1- 3 m. The resorts of Krkonose are distinguished by groomed trails and modern technical equipment. Mountain sides are covered with forests up to the elevation of 1300 m, and then follow the meadows with the broken masses of dwarf pines.
The Jizersky Mountains south-westward of Krkonose have a lot of interesting slopes for skiers of different levels. Moravian Jeseniky Mountains with their resorts of Cervenohorske Sedlo, Ovčárna and others are considered to be perfect for beginners and most affordable regarding prices. Czech Forest (the Šumava Mountains) with its mountain plateau at the elevation of 1000 – 1100 m is rather for cross country skiers. Roznov and Frenstat from where one may easily rich the slopes of Radhošť (1129 m) – are sport centers in the Beskidy Mountains on the Polish and Slovakian boarder. The Ore Mountains on the German boarder are known for their steep slopes.
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Czech Republic has lots to offer when it comes down to ski resorts. You may try out plenty of their options and activities offered and relish first-class skiing conditions.