Rokytnice nad Jizerou

Ski resorts in Czech Republic

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Vertical drop: 2133 ft
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Country: Czech Republic
Krkonose (Giant Mountains)

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Not the Alps (far from), but affordable fall height.

The Krkonose mountain range (Giant Mountains) is highest between Helags and Austria. Rokytnice has a fall height of Trysil, almost 700m (1 yard in the express chair to 1315 m y h gives almost 600 m, so you almost stand out with the queues ... avoid weekends). The village is elongated along the river, and the chair lifts Horni Domky is located at the top end (ski bus is included in the lift pass).

+ Wants a little more sporty visitor than the Czech Republic otherwise, no snobby place (minimal Russian fursticks on the toboggan etc ...)
+ Cheap and good ski shop near the chairlift
+ South slope and affordable piste with sunbathing, extra fun if there is sun in early January (the days 2 hours longer than in Sthlm then the sun is higher)
+ Red-marked hill about 3 km long usually get highest marks in the country of Czech ski webs, although it is rarely well-ventilated.
+ Beer (by the way, and after skiing), whoever intends to swim in beer can try the beer museum with beer spawning in nearby Harrachov :-)

- Often queue to the chair
- Lower road and communications to Prague (than from Spindl or Janske). If you drive a car, it's a good idea to take the Autobahn Berliner Ring Ost and then Görlitz and a few km through SV Poland to Harrachov.
- Minimal offpiste, National Park rules also limit the expansion of roads, lifts, and water reservoirs to the snow cannons
- often late with snow cannons, so in December and January you should carefully check the snow depth before
- lgh with a kitchenette near the elevator means far from food stores
- If you live in the piste (car-free), it's obviously a little bit of prey to get your gasket etc with ferret ..