Bohemian Mountains have flooded the snow and so you're wondering where to go for the spring break, whose turnus is not long before.
In our westernmost mountains - the Ore Mountains, there are piles of snow in the highest parts. It seems that this year activities for skiers and cross-country skiers are guaranteed. But do you want to enjoy your skiing with the highest possible comfort and not live far from the slopes? So how is it customary in Austria or rather in France? So, figuratively speaking, jump into the jumpers and ski from the entrance of the guest house directly to the cable car? Or just a short walk and not to travel by car or ski bus? Even in the Ore Mountains where I live, there are accommodation options that offer this comfort. Let's now imagine some of them with my Ore Mountains view.
Plesivec Ski Resort:
In our newest ski resort Plešivec, there are many modern lifts and plenty of downhill trails of all difficulties. Here you can live almost on the slopes. The first option is to stay in one of the pensions in the village of Pstruží, from where a four-seater cable car departs to the top of Plešivec to a height of 1028 m above sea level. It is especially popular in this small village pension Pstruží , which is very well rated, but thanks to that it is often busy. Directly from its windows you can see the cable car from which it is located about 70m. If you can't find accommodation here, try it in Merklín below, or higher in Pernink. But here a car or ski bus is necessary. On the other side of the Plešivec ski area you can stay in a cottage Trampská Bouda. Its name might suggest that it is a log cabin made of moss and ferns. However, it is a purebred guest house, which is also located directly at the part of the resort, where there are moving children's belts and a school for the youngest skiers. Therefore, this accommodation is especially suitable for parents with children. And the one who is allowed by the finances can find vacancies right on the top of the mountain, where the new Hotel Orion has been in operation for a few years, or Mountain hotel Plešivec. Here you really just call skiing and you can jump down. If you are unable to secure your stay in any of the above locations, you can use the accommodation capacities in the nearby village Abertamy or Stallion. Although you do not live right on the ski slope, there are a few Vietnamese evenings, restaurants, taverns and other services. In addition, for cross-country skiers there is an opportunity to go to the slopes, to jump right behind the pension directly to the cross-country ski trail.
Klinovec and Boží Dar:
The highest village in the Czech Republic offers many possibilities. Boží Dar is not big, so no matter where you stay in the village, you will walk to the local lifts. And again, it is ideal for families and beginners. The local slopes are on mountain meadows and so they are very slow. Whether it is the Novako Ski Resort, where, in addition to the lift, there is also the popular snow tubing, there is a ski slope called "Beyond Prague" after the hotel behind which it is located. You will find another new lift towards the German border. The most famous and famous guest house is Daniela, where not only does it cook great but there is also a large children's corner. Thanks to this, it is also necessary not to delay the reservation and even for lunch you have to wait a while before the space becomes available.
The Klínovec - Neklid Ski Resort is intended for more demanding skiers. I do not write it separately, because these two areas joined together thanks to a new lift and thus created one of the largest ski resorts in the Czech Republic with 34 km of slopes. Of course, the price for ski passes also corresponds to this, but the reward is the certainty of snow and slopes for demanding and beginners. Here, too, you can stay almost on the slopes. Unfortunately, there is no such possibility right on the top of Klínovec, because the once famous mountain hotel is falling into disrepair here and all efforts to save it have so far failed. The best accommodation options at the ski slope are offered by the village of Loučná pod Klínovcem, which you can reach from both Boží Dar and Chomutov. It's not as romantic here as in Boží Dar, but you will find plenty of guest houses built in a modern style, which present for example Skiapartmány Klínovec or somewhat socialist construction of the hotel Nástup.
The secret way to spend your vacation right on the ski slope is Skiareál Potůčky. You will find it almost on the border near the border crossing Potůčky-Johanngeorgenstadt. Here you really live right in the building where the cable car is located. In addition to accommodation, the stylish wooden house also offers a very pleasant restaurant with ready meals at low prices. In addition, there is evening skiing every day in the season from 18 pm to 21 pm, so you can go cross-country skiing during the day and check the children directly in the evening by looking at the ski slope from the windows of the Pension. Although the civic amenities in Potůčky are not great and are more of a paradise for Asian traders, right outside the border you can conveniently shop in Johann, as we call this German city Ore Mountains.