What’s New in Czech Winter Resorts This Season

The Klínovec Ski Resort is opening the longest downhill slope in Czechia, and you can ski with the Gopass, valid all around Central Europe, at Ještěd and in other areas.

The preparations for the upcoming winter season are in the spirit of modernisation with an accent on sustainability.

Klínovec Boasts the Longest Czech Slope

The slope is 3.5 km long, which makes it the longest downhill slope in the country! A modern covered four-seat chair lift will take you to the top. The slope at Klínovec in the Ore Mountains is quite gentle, perfect for beginners and families with children.

The resort also offers a variety of food options, Après Ski Bar or a ski school with a magic carpet for the littlest ones. The car park is free with a ski pass.

One Ski Pass/Seven Resorts, Including the Beskydy Valašsko Card!

Starting this winter, the four-day ski pass will also let you explore the region of the Beskids. The ski pass can be used as the Beskydy Valašsko Card.

The card offers about a hundred discounted services in the region, such as discounted admission to museums, water parks or sports equipment rental shops. The condition is to spend at least 3 nights in the area.

Participating ski resorts:

  • SKI Bílá
  • SKICENTRUM  Kohútka, Nový Hrozenkov
  • SKI AREÁL SYNOT – Kyčerka
  • Skiareál Karolinka
  • Ski areál Mezivodí​
  • Sjezdovka Horal – Resort Valachy – Velké Karlovice
  • Ski areál Jezerné, Velké Karlovice

Cheaper Skiing in Austria and Czechia with the Smart Season Pass

The largest Czech ski resort in Špindlerův Mlýn in the Krkonoše Mountains offers the Gopass under the name of Chytrá sezonka (Smart Season Pass). It is a ski pass that is valid in winter resorts all over Central Europe. Other Czech ski resorts participating in the Gopass system include Ještěd and Monínec.

Come to Špindl SkiOpening and the Alpine Ski World Cup

One of the most popular winter resorts in Czechia, Špindlerův Mlýn in the Krkonoše Mountains, invites everyone to the launch of the season that takes place on 10 December 2022!

You can look forward to a demonstration of the mountain rescue team, live music performances and an after party in the evening.  Another interesting event to see in Špindlerův Mlýn is the Alpine Ski World Cup for Women at the end of January (28 and 29 January 2023).

Safely, Humbly and with Respect for Nature

Czech ski resorts have invested into modernisation and acquisition of more ecological and cost-efficient technologies this year. Installations of the SNOWsat systems for more efficient snow maintenance on slopes, more cost-efficient snow grooming machines as well as investments into safety are proof that we care about the safety of visitors and sustainable development in harmony with nature.

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