December sees most Czech ski resorts open up their gates - this year even more modern, comfortable, sustainable and a little bit bigger. And at the same prices as last year! First-rate services, excellent facilities for parents and children, cosy pubs with the aroma of Czech winter culinary specialties wafting through the doors... These are Czechia’s mountains, gentle hills that are simply perfect for a carefree winter holiday for the whole family.
Czechia’s longest ski slope can be found in Dolní MoravaIt seems that Czechia’s winter resorts are racing to see which can build the country’s longest ski slope by 2025. Last year, first place went to the Klínovec Ski Resort with its new 3.4-kilometer track, but this year the title has been claimed by the Dolní Morava Mountain Resort in West Bohemia. The new 3.7-kilometre family downhill slope not only offers amazing views, but is also nice and wide, at least 25 metres all the way along. With one ski pass you can ski on more than 10 km of fully snow-covered downhill tracks of all difficulty levels at one of Czechia’s best resorts, packed with first-rate services and attractions. The start of the ski season in Dolní Morava is planned for the first weekend in December.
Yet Dolní Morava holds another record, not just the longest track! You can also take a walk along the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge and have a real blast on the second longest bobsled track of its kind in Europe! It’s open all year round.