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Giant Mountains

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Resorts 8.3
Ski Areas 8.1
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Giant Mountains
Highest point: 1,312 m
Lowest point: 650 m
Lifts in total: 57
Tow lifts: 44
Chair lifts: 12
Gondola lift: 1
Pistes in total: 54 km
22 km
27 km
5 km

Ski holidays Giant Mountains - giant skiing fun!

The Giant Mountains form the largest part of the Sudetes, which lie between Poland and the Czech Republic. The Sněžka (Snow Top) is the highest peak of the Sudetes and therefore also the highest mountain in the Czech Republic, with an altitude of 1,600 m. Typical for the region are the jagged stone rims and mountain lakes. Near the peak of Mount Medvědín you can find the source of the River Elbe. The winter sports resorts in the Giant Mountain National Park offer everything necessary for a successful skiing holiday. Here you will find well prepared pistes, modern lift systems, endless cross-country ski tracks on beautiful high plateaus and a variety of leisure time and aprés ski facilities, which don't have to hide their faces from their Austrian counterparts!


Harrachov is the most well known winter sports centre in the Czech Republic and is situated west of the Giant Mountains and the Izera Mountains, near the Polish border. The town Harrachov (650 m) is situated on the Čertová Hora (Devil's Mountain) and is especially well known due to the continental and world cup ski-jumping championship, which was broadcast throughout Europe. The natural town was founded in the 17th century and became popular due …
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Liberec (German: Reichenberg), with over 100,000 residents, is one of the largest and most important cities in Northern Bohemia. It's located in the Liberec Valley and is surrounded by the expansive peaks of the Jizera Mountains and the Ještěd-Kozákov Mountains. With Ještěd Mountain itself (German: Jeschken) reaching up to 1,012 m, and being the local mountain of Liberec, it provides its residents with an attractive ski area. The city has a …
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Pec pod Snezkou

Surrounded by numerous mountain flanks lies the spa resort Pec pod Snezkou at an altitude of 769 m, just at the foot of the highest peak in the Czech Republic, the Sněžka (1,602 m), in the eastern Giant Mountains. The former mountaineer village still resembles some traces of the past. These include, for instance, the historical mine, telling the stories of the times when ore mining was still the main industry in this region. In the meantime the …
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Špindlerův Mlýn (Spindler's Mill)

Špindlerův Mlýn (Spindler's Mill) is known as the most popular winter sports resort in the Giant Mountains, due to its internationally mixed visitors. With its buildings from the 1920's the resort has kept the original atmosphere, underlined by many local traditions and cultural events which take place here regularly. The "Skiareal Špindlerův Mlýn" comprises the areas Medvedín and Svatý Petr, which stretch out from both sides of the resort. …
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