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Ski and mountain resort Spindleruv Mlyn

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Ski and mountain resort Spindleruv Mlyn

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Svatopetrska 173 543 51, Spindleruv Mlyn, Krkonose National Park 543 51 Czech Republic
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Stag Party: Adrenalin Weekend in Czech Mountains
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Stag Party: Adrenalin Weekend in Czech Mountains

Enjoy a full of fun weekend in the mountains Krkonoše. You will spend 2 nights in a lovely hotel with wellness in the heart of the mountain and you will enjoy a lot of fun in Bike Park and drive down from the slope on scooter.<br><br>Fun, adrenalin and sporty weekend in nature is really refreshing for every people who love action.<br><br>What's included<br><br>Prague pick up and drop off<br>car<br>driver<br>guide<br>2 nights in a hotel with half board<br>wellness entrance<br>Bike park entrance<br>cablecar tickets<br>bike equipment<br>scooter rent<br>water<br>transport<br>TopTree Walk
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MKG wrote a review Aug 2020
Dresden, Germany378 contributions120 helpful votes
Not much to see, not much to do. If the main attraction of the village is the white-coated concrete bridge over the river Elbe... - you get it. No real village center or square, no nice old houses, just a jumble of buildings and restaurants and bars and cafes. Not worth it in summer. Good starting point for hiking, though.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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TamMcD wrote a review Feb 2020
Crieff, United Kingdom22 contributions28 helpful votes
Me and my girlfriend came to Spindle for 5 days and met up with friends over here. There's a decent mixture of slopes for different ability levels. Unfortunately it's very, very busy. Waiting in the queues for the lifts is demoralising. There are usually upwards of 100 people waiting to get onto a 4 person chairlift, with impatient people regularly shouldering their way to the front. We've enjoyed some really good off-piste boarding and one night of brilliant night-skiing on a floodlit run. If you don't eat meat, the only thing you can eat at the restaurants on the slopes will be fries. Some restaurants serve fries alongside burgers and the like, but refuse to serve you vegetarian sides on their own. We've enjoyed our time here but I won't come again.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Maciek P wrote a review Feb 2020
Bray, Wicklow, Ireland26 contributions1 helpful vote
The place is ok if you want to ski as there was no snow anywhere around. Now I understand why people choose the Alps. Les Deux Alps is the place to be. 50 euro for a whole day and 200 km of roads. Cons: - 30 euro per person for the afternoon pass from 1 pm until 3 pm (3 hours). - 2 ski lifts at St. Peter. One would only go halfway... - 30 min waiting time to get on the ski lift - Very icey towards the end. - You need to take a bus to move to other mountains - Lady selling the ski passes was rude and looked like it was a punishment for her to sell overpriced ski passes. Pros: - The snow was actually there - Decent view at the top
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Date of experience: January 2020
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A A wrote a review Jan 2020
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Nice and small charming village with lots of tourists from Poland and Germany. I tried only cross country skiing trails. Must say that it is absolutely confusing, chaotic and inconsistent in marking both in maps and in trails. Colors of the trails change suddenly and unexpectedly. No cross country skiing map available in tourism office. There are only two cross country skiing areas around - Horny Misecky and Svety Petr. You can expect foggy weather. Prices are quite high but not excessively high. Also not to much to do in the evening after skiing.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Paolo Anachronic wrote a review Jan 2020
Prague, Czech Republic26 contributions13 helpful votes
It is a good skiing resort with decent slopes. If you travel regularly to the Alps, you will find this one really busy and not offering so many possibilities to make your skiing variable. Biggest issue is the waiting time for chairlift. In busy weekends and weeks you can easily wait 20-25 minutes for a ride. Ski pass is not cheap either. Service and quality of the bars, toilets and other amenities is very high, however having a few drinks at the bottom of the slope is definitely not for the budget traveller. There is also a little less developed skiing "behaviour" of a "culture" which I trust is somewhat connected to the long waiting for a ride, you can sense some sort of frustration instead of the typical fun and joy of skiing in larger alpine resorts.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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