Amidst the forests and meadows, the nature of the Ore Mountains (Krušné hory) unfolds a long-distance cross-country skiing trail called the 'Krušnohorská magistrála.' It consists of three separate sections, and when connected with interlinked networks of groomed tracks, it forms a cross-country skiing paradise with over 300 km of trails.

The Ore Mountains, among the longest mountain ranges in Czechia, are perfectly suited for cross-country skiing. The mountaintops offer flat terrains, providing pleasant rides. The cross-country skiing trails are groomed for both classical and freestyle (skating) skiing.

The trail is divided into three unconnected parts: Bublava - Boží Dar, Loučná pod Klínovcem - Horní Halže, and Mezihořský vrch - Děčínský Sněžník. Local cross-country trails are connected to these routes, often allowing connections to cross-country skiing trails in Germany.

Eastern Part of the Krušnohorská magistrála

The eastern part (Mezihořský vrch - Děčínský Sněžník) offers a network of 250 km of groomed tracks, guiding you through the wild landscape of vast plains and sandstone rocks. The trail leads you to the largest table mountain in the Czech Republic – Děčínský Sněžník. The winter landscape of the eastern Ore Mountains (Tiské stěny) even served as a prominent filming location for the Hollywood blockbuster 'The Chronicles of Narnia'.

Western Part of the Krušnohorská magistrála

The western part (Bublava – Boží Dar, Loučná pod Klínovcem – Horní Halže) comprises a network of 120 km of cross-country skiing trails, connecting the winter resorts of Klínovec and Plešivec, which are also the highest peaks of the Ore Mountains. The trail weaves through mountain settlements from Bublava through Rolava, Jelení, Pernink, and Hřebečná to Boží Dar. These places will captivate you with their atmosphere and local gastronomy. Additionally, the craft breweries in Boží Dar and Rýžoviště will surely come in handy during your ride.