Serene and stunning landscapes scattered with thick snow, the rugged northern regions of Czech Republic provide some of the most spectacular skiing opportunities in the whole of Central Europe. Whether you’re a fresh-faced beginner or a seasoned skier, the Czech backcountry offers something particular for everyone. Visit in the cold and crispy months between December and February for ideal backcountry skiing conditions.
Located in Central Europe, the landlocked state of the Czech Republic is hilly and mountainous. It borders Poland to the northeast, Slovakia to the east, Austria to the south and Germany to the west. The Czech Republic has a population of over 10 million, with over 1 million residing in the capital of Prague. The north of the country is home to chunks of mountain ranges, including the Sudetes and the Giant Mountains.
The rugged regions of the Czech Republic receive a cold and snowy climate in the winter, with occasional fog.
Visit in the cold and crispy months between December and February for ideal backcountry skiing conditions.
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