Skiing in Czech Republic? Go to Špindlerův Mlýn!
by Rami Sanigova - 3 years, 12 months ago
If you ask me where I would recommend you to go skiing in Czech Republic I would say immediately – Špindlerův Mlýn!! The most famous ski centre is known for a good quality and you can see it especially this year when most of the centers are closed because of lack of snow but “Špindl” is still in a good shape.
There are 3 main ski places where to go – Medvědín, Svatý Petr and Labská. I will tell you about all of them so you can choose which fits you the most:
Medvědín – definitely my most favourite because of variety of ski slopes. The chair lift takes you up to the hill from where you have a beautiful view. In a clear day you can even see the top of the biggest mountain in Czech Republic – Sněžka. There are plenty of choices to make depending on if you are beginner, if you prefer to train your skills or see how you can manage the hardest – black slope.
Svatý Petr – is full of life! The slopes are longer and connected with 3 chair lifts. There is a big parking place in Hromovka from where you can connect to all the lifts. The only disadvantage is the long queues.
Labská – has only 1 lift and 1 slope but the nice thing about this place is that on the slope are many cottages so if you are accommodated in them it is very nice place to be. You wake up, take your skis and you can immediately go down. There is almost no queue you can have a lot of fun.
The city itself is very small. You can find here a library, church, school and other basic things but there are for example only 2 groceries.