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If you are athletically inclined, it is really fun to walk the blue route to the top. It is a steep and intensive walk, but the path and views are beautiful. The waiting lines for the gondola both up and down the mountain are ridiculously...More
Snezka is the biggest tourist attraction in the Pec pod Snezkou area year round, probably with the exception of skiing during winter. There is no driving here, and by extension no parking here as well. Technically, visiting the mountain is free, if you hike up....More
The higest mountain (1665m of Krkonoše and the Czech Republic with stunning panoramatic views from the summit. On foot best approached from Pec via Obří důl and up the south flank, quite steep but with a well maintained, mostly paved path/stairs. If you don´t want...More
We hike Snezka from Pec pod Snezkou every year since our childhood. In sunny weather, you have amazing lookouts from the top. I recommend to go on to Lucni bouda (great beer and food) and Vyrovka back to Pec pod Snezkou. In total it is...More
Yes, the highest mountain of Czech Republic. But also very crowdy. At the top you have got just limited possibilites for refreshment (Poštovna) and sit. The view from the top is nice, but views on the way, when you climb seem to me even better.
Although the tallest Czech mountain, you can climb it. Families with kids or older people manage, under the condition they are in a good shape. If you don't feel like it, you can use the benefit of cable car all the way to the top....More
We set off from Špindlerův mlýn at 15:00 and took the bus to Špindlerova bouda. The walk to Sněžka is quite a scenic one. The place was empty, even though it was august. Would really recommend avoiding the classic morning trip - this place must...More