After a ski bus from Dolní Morava, one of two chairlifts will take you to the highest point of the entire area, with an altitude of 1,140 metres above sea level. From here you will take in the magnificent panorama of a winter kingdom, reigned over by the majestic Králický Sněžník range, which has the symbolic designation of the “roof of Europe” because it is a European watershed tripoint.
Something for everyone
At two interconnected areas, you can ski on 8 slopes of all levels of difficulty with a total length of over 10 kilometers, with 5 mammoth downhill runs of 2-3 km in one go.
Your children can learn their first steps on skis in the children's ski park Amálka with its Poma lift and magic carpet lift or the Baby Ski Park. Ski instructors are available as a matter of course.
The best in the Czech Republic
Adrenaline lovers will also find something to do in Dolní Morava. Try the best ski-cross track in the Czech Republic with the parameters of world-class tracks, a fun track with slides and 2 tunnels, a great snow park, or snow tubing!
And how about a ride on the 3 km long Mammoth Bobsleigh Track, the longest in the Czech Republic and the second longest in Europe?
You can also go on the illuminated toboggan and bobsled runs, ski-touring trips, snowshoe hikes, or cross-country skiing trails with a connection to the Jesenická magistrála.
And definitely do not miss the Sky Bridge 721 - the longest suspension footbridge in the world - and the amazing Sky Walk!
Where else to go?
Do you like mysterious places shrouded in murky legends? If so, set your skis aside for a while and head to Velké Losiny. This beautiful little town, dominated by a magnificent Renaissance chateau, is inextricably linked with witch trials, which more than three centuries ago claimed 56 innocent lives. You can also visit one of the oldest still-functioning paper mills in Europe or take a dip in the hot thermal waters at the local spa.