MTB is not just for muscle-bound bikers

MTB is not just for muscle-bound bikers


MTB is not just for muscle-bound bikers
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Here in Czechia, we’re perfectly prepared for mountain bikers who enjoy stunning views from the hills and a really sweaty back. We’ve got action terrain in the forests and mountains, but there’s also plenty to offer families with children. A lot of trail parks have bike schools with certified instructors to improve your mountain biking skills.

And what's more: after a strenuous workout, you can relax in one of the many wellness centres throughout Czechia.


1. Singltrek pod Smrkem

Czechia’s first off-road biking complex, Singltrek pod Smrkem is located in the Jizera Mountains near Nové Město pod Smrkem right by the Polish border. It has over 70 kilometres of great trails following 12 routes, which you can reach from three starting points. Whichever you choose, you can't go wrong. And there’s a really friendly biking atmosphere everywhere you go.

This site, like Bikepark Kopřivná or Trail Park Klínovec, is perfectly adapted to suit families with children who can spend free time together there.

2. Trail Park Klínovec

The forests around the town of Jáchymov in the Ore Mountains in West Bohemia are home to 24 kilometres of gently descending smooth trails. The trails are graded into three difficulty levels, so there’s plenty of fun to be had for beginners, families with children, and more experienced bikers. The more skilled amongst you can have a blast on the 5 kilometres of downhill sections. A four-seater cable car takes you to the beginning of the trails. If you’re a complete beginner, you can first have a go at riding over the terrain bumps on the pump track and improve your proficiency in the skill centres at the start of the trails.

3. Trutnov Trails

More than 40 km of natural trails of varying difficulty can be found near the town of Trutnov. Trutnov Trails has 5 blue routes (easy), 5 red routes (moderate), 6 black routes (advanced) and 2 ascending routes. Trutnov Trails has its own unique atmosphere. The landscape is made up of sandstone boulders, rocks, forests, meadows and pasture land, making it a paradise for mountain biking. One starting point is at the Trail Centre in the village of Lhota near Trutnov, the other is from the Pod Sedmidomím car park.


4. Trail Park Dolní Morava

Trail Park Dolní Morava has amazing trail potential. Single trails are becoming ever more popular with the general public as well as seasoned bikers. These are one-way routes, mostly downhill, and are suitable for both beginners and experienced bikers. The site also includes the Sky Walk, which is visited by thousands of people every day. As well as that, you’ll find a bobsled track, rope park, adrenalin park, segway hire and much more.

5. Bike Arena Vysočina

The Vysočina Aréna mountain biking trails continue the tradition of MTB racing in Nové Město na Moravě. Off-road fans can enjoy almost 30 kilometres of trails spanning 5 difficulty levels. It has technically easy routes, fun and safe trails for children, natural trails for disabled cyclists that can be done in wheelchairs or on handbikes, as well as really challenging trails for experienced bikers, with the difficulty based on the latest track-building trends in the Mountain Bike World Cup.

6. Rychleby Trails

Rychleby Trails
start and end in the village of Černá Voda in the Rychlebské Mountains in Moravia, north of the town of Jeseník. It’s a complete network of trails, there’s plenty to enjoy for experienced bikers and for the whole family. It has an amazing campsite, an information centre and great bike hire and service, not to mention an area where you can test your skills. The routes, covering a total of over 40 kilometres, take you through fields of rubble and across fords; in some places they’re just a light furrow in the clay soil, while elsewhere they’re artfully laid out on crafted stones.

7. Bikepark Kopřivná

This bike park in the Jeseníky Mountains near Šumperk offers 4 tracks covering a total of 12 kilometres. Enjoy a real blast of adrenalin on the challenging routes, or a laid-back family trip along easy trails in the heart of the Jeseníky Mountains. Feel free to leave your bikes at home. As in other bike parks, they’ll be happy to lend you some wheels. There is also a bike test centre.

8. Singletrail Moravian Karst

A classic trail centre with no cable cars. The hills aren’t so high though, so the hike up to the top is not too strenuous. You can choose from three trails covering a total of less than 30 kilometres. Two of the routes are suitable for children, the third for experienced riders only.

9. Bikepark Kouty nad Desnou

This bike park runs for 20 kilometres from the town of Šumperk towards Jeseník. There’s plenty of fun to be had on the four trails and six-seater cable car with the fastest changeover in Czechia. The bike park offers some 30 kilometres of trails. They all start at the top cable car station on Medvědí hora (1100 m a.s.l.), from where you can ride the trails to the upper reservoir of  Dlouhá Stráň, where there’s also a 2,5-kilometre inline skating circuit at a height of 1350 m above sea level, offering gorgeous views of the whole of the Jeseníky Mountains.

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