7 Great Slopes for Skiing in the Czech Republic

As the days grow shorter and colder, winter sports enthusiasts will bring out their skis and snowboards, ready for a weekend in the snow.

What are some popular resorts in the Czech Republic?

Lipno Ski Resort

Located in South Bohemia, not far from the Austrian border. It has a range of activities available summer and winter. These include activities for the handicapped: Monoskis for wheelchair users, and instructors for blind or otherwise handicapped skiers. Certain accommodations and restaurants are also barrier-free. Skiing (downhill and cross-country) and snowboarding are available in the winter, as is ice skating on a lake. Lessons are offered for children and adults. The website is in Czech, English, and German.

Špindlerův mlýn

Several lodging places in the area of the ski resort offer rooms during Christmas and the New Year, from two-star pensions to hotels with a whopping eight stars. Like Lipno, the resort is open all year. Downhill and cross-country skiing, tubing, sledding, snowmobiling, and bobsled rides are all on offer. After a long day on the slopes, you can relax with a massage at a wellness center. The website is in Czech, English, German, Dutch, Danish, and Polish.

SkiResort Černá Hora – Pec

The resort has five skiing areas, all of which are interconnected. Babysitting is available. Private and group lessons are given for children and adults, and you can rent skis, snowboards, and sleds. Night skiing is available in four of the five ski areas. The website is in Czech, English, German, and Polish.

Ski Resort Horní Domky

Downhill and cross-country skiing are available here. Lessons are given. Ski equipment can be left at a secure location, open 7 days a week in ski season from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A Skibus runs to the area from the bus stop next to Prague’s Černý Most metro station. The resort offers babysitting services. The website is in Czech and English.

Dolní Morava

Seven ski slopes, chair lifts, t-bar lifts, and one Poma lift are found here. Skiers can travel free of charge from the parking lots to the two chair lifts on a ski bus. Cross-country skiing, sledding, a bobsled track, and an hour-long ride on a snow groomer are also available. For children, there is a ski park. Equipment rental is available. The website is in English, Czech, and Polish.


Snowboarding and cross-country and downhill skiing, including ski jumps. Skiing (cross-country and downhill) and snowboarding lessons are available. A wide variety of accommodations are found in the area, including hotels, apartments, chalets, and wellness hotels. Massages can be booked through the resort’s website. The website is in Czech, German, English, Polish, and Dutch.

Ski & Bike Špičák

Downhill and cross-country skiing and snowboarding are found here, and skiing and snowboarding lessons are given. The resort has accommodations in chalets, with free Wi-Fi in one chalet. Another chalet contains a gym. The website is in Czech, German, and English.

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