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One of the Czech "must dos"

Although the tallest Czech mountain, you can climb it. Families with kids or older people manage... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2018
807magdap
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Prague, Czech Republic
Can be lovely, but not in the rush hour

We set off from Špindlerův mlýn at 15:00 and took the bus to Špindlerova bouda. The walk to Sněžka... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2018
magda_konecna
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Adamov, Czech Republic
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Yes, the highest mountain of Czech Republic. But also very crowdy. At the top you have got just limited possibilites for refreshment (Poštovna) and sit. The view from the top is nice, but views on the way, when you climb seem to me even better.

Thank Spotter S
Reviewed 10 September 2018

Although the tallest Czech mountain, you can climb it. Families with kids or older people manage, under the condition they are in a good shape. If you don't feel like it, you can use the benefit of cable car all the way to the top....More

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Reviewed 1 September 2018 via mobile

We set off from Špindlerův mlýn at 15:00 and took the bus to Špindlerova bouda. The walk to Sněžka is quite a scenic one. The place was empty, even though it was august. Would really recommend avoiding the classic morning trip - this place must...More

Thank magda_konecna
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

If you have small children like us taking a cable train all the way to the top was the wright decision. Ticked are 430 adults and 210 kids small kids under 3 ride for free. We visited Pec nad Sniezkou on Sunday temp show 22...More

Thank Elmeskal
Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

We parked our car in Pec pod Snezkou and took a cable way from there to Ruzova Hora (cca 1300 m) station. Two direction ticket is about 13 EUR. From Ruzova Hora you can easily hike / walk to the top of the Snežka (cca...More

3  Thank DenisT1119
Reviewed 24 July 2018

If you are in the region, you cannot not go, it´s that simple :) You have several routes how to get up, my favourite is via Obri dul (follow blue track from Pec pod Snezkou). If you are not fit enough or have small kids,...More

1  Thank Mahaena
Reviewed 20 July 2018 via mobile

This mountain is charming in so many ways! It is right along the open border between Czech Republic and Poland. We hiked from 3 different places (Pec Pod Snezkou, Brounburg, and Velka Upa). There is gondola ride from Pec Pod Snezkou, but you can get...More

1  Thank Rick M
Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

Sněžka is the tallest mountain in the Czech Republic. This is my second time hiking to the top of Sněžka and both times was breathtaking in its beauty. I love this part of the Czech Republic. There are some fantastic hiking trails and the scenery...More

1  Thank ZuziSt_Louis
Reviewed 8 June 2018 via mobile

Most foreigners take the tram but they are missing out. We took a hike from Pec pod Sněžkou to Růžohorky then to the peak. Sněžka is the highest mountain of the Czech Republic. One thing to consider before hiking, the peak is usually about 10C...More

Thank Cestovatel4
Reviewed 18 May 2018

We decided to go on foot from Czech side. We recommend you to choose a blue route up the the top. After the summit we were descending yellow and later green route. All in all we spent 7 hours hiking and 1 hour on the...More

1  Thank Kristina Š
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