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jay h wrote a review Jul 2020
Cechtice, Czech Republic192 contributions35 helpful votes
Highest point in Czech Republic. A relatively easy climb, a couple of routes from Pec. cable cars if your not up to the climb or decent. Didnt have much of a view from the top as very cloudy but did get a glimpse of Poland from the top :) Was very quiet the whole climb and the summit was busier. The main restarant was closed, Maybe due to C19, I really dont know but the post office was open and they also serve hot dogs and drinks as well as been able to send a postcard from the highest point in CZ :)
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Athlone Whiskey Tours wrote a review Oct 2019
Athlone, Ireland57 contributions29 helpful votes
We took the ski lift from the Karpacz side all the way up to the top. The view are spectacular and you could easliy spend hours just wandering around. There is a little cafe for refreshments and toilets available which is handy as its a bit of a walk from the ski lift to the rest area. Wear conformable shoes and bring a warm coat and enjoy!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sanne v wrote a review Sep 2019
Enschede, The Netherlands96 contributions37 helpful votes
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 long and cramped. The day we went, the top of the mountain was super overcrowded and it did not feel safe. But the walking tour up the mountain wasn't busy at all and definitely worth it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Elcorazon wrote a review Aug 2019
Odessa, Ukraine119 contributions62 helpful votes
Plenty of spectacular tourists routs. I was there when it was so much snow, it was like in fairy tale.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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czgator wrote a review Aug 2019
DeBary, Florida480 contributions116 helpful votes
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. If you aren't into hiking then your only other option is taking the cable car from Pec, which isn't free. To me the price is worth the trip. Be aware of the weather for the day because the cable car can be shut down during high winds and stormy weather. We came here in summer, but on the day we went a cold snap had come thru. The temperature at the peak was only 3°C (37°F), so might want to prepare a jacket with you just in case. Even though it was cold, the day was sunny so we had a great view. The mountain is on the border with Poland and there are markers which show the direction of the border. On the Polish side there is the old Baroque Chapel of St. Lawrence dating back to 1681. On the Czech side there is a post office, with a gift shop and a refreshment stand. You can buy and send post cards from here, if you wish. We spent about 90 minutes at the top but you can really see everything quicker. The biggest problem is that it gets very crowded, so getting pictures at times can be tough. You just have to deal with it. Getting back down is the same as going up. You either walk or ride. You choose. :) I recommend going to the top. We took the cable car because we have small children, but we plan on coming back one day when they are a little older and doing the hike. As we understand it isn't that difficult for beginners, but it is long and if you are not used to hiking anyway then it will be a challenge. I recommend coming here. It doesn't disappoint.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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