Ski resort Janske Lazne – Cerna Hora

Janske Lazne is situated 519 m above sea level and it is one of most important ski centres in the Czech part of the Giant Mountains. Janska Lazne is a spa town with remarkable history and spreads out on the foothill of Cerna mountain (1299 m above sea level). The town Janske Lazne became an important sports and recreation resort thanks new cableways, ski lifts and cross-country tracks. For families with children and seniors is it well equipped relax zone and starting point for trips to the surroundings. Read more »

Ski resort Pec pod Snezkou

The most important and biggest centre of skiing and tourism of the east Giant Mountains – Pec pod Snezkou (Pec under Snezka Montain) is situated 769 m above sea level, in the deep valley of the Upa river and under the highest mountain Snezka (1602 meters above sea level). Over 5 to 6 months of the year it is covered with snow. Read more »