Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec
Our starting point will be in Dolní Mísečky from where we’ll move to Kotelní Jámy and then to the Labská hütte, a hut that has its own brewery!
Then we’ll continue to Sněžné Jámy where we can do some ice climbing. Finally we’ll reach the Martinova Bouda. It is a mountain hut (with sauna!) where we will spend the first night.
We’ll set off the hut in the search of some peaks where to ski down. We’ll dinner and rest at Bouda pod Sněžkou mountain hut (with sauna as well!)
From the hut we will move to Obří důl and probably we ski down to the Poland side of the Giant Mountains. Then we continue to the Sněžka, the highest peak of Czech Republic with 1602 meters of altitude. Finally, we’ll ski down to the Děčínská hutte, where we’ll stay for the night. Here we can taste their own production of cheese, yogurt and cakes.
Last day. We’ll ski down from the hut to Obří důl again and then to Špindlerův mlýn. After passing by Medvědín we’ll be at the parking lot, where we can go back the starting point by car. Final dinner in the restaurant “LA BOTTA” to celebrate such an amazing tour!
The meeting point can be in Turnov, Mladá Boleslav (Škoda), Vrchlabí, Jilemnice, Trutnov, Pec pod Sněžkou or Prague. Prague has good flight connections.
Local and comfortable mountain huts with local cuisine, Czech beer and historical atmosphere. Some of them are: Bouda pod Sněžkou, Děčínská hutte, Luční bouda, Bradlerovy boudy, Výrovka, Milíře, Samotnia.
I can help you renting the necessary equipment such as skies, boots, poles, skins or avalanche equipment.
My name is Vojtěch but everybody calls me Watt. I started climbing when I was 16. In 2009 I got certified as a mountain guide.
My favourite activities include climbing, MTB, skiing and trail running.
These are some of my favourite crags: Prachovské skály, Bišík and Zbiroh (sandstone in The Bohemian Paradise) and Moravian Karst (limestone).
One of my best climbing achievements was in Val Qualido (Italy), also the north face of Malý Kežmarský štít, in the High Tatras (Slovakia), and many more!
As a side job, I am the editor in chief of an outdoor web, I write methodology articles for climbing magazines and climbing comics.
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