+420 603 824 497 petr.hoska@hoska-tour.cz
+420 603 824 497 petr.hoska@hoska-tour.cz


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    Tour Details

    Our route leads through the best part of the Czech highest mountains. Giant mountains (Krkonoše) have despite their small size a varied and diverse nature, also rich history and culture. Mountains were as the first in the Czech Republic declared a national park in 1992 and are included in the international network of biosphere reserves UNESCO. Steep glacial corries contrast with bare-stone ridges, large alpine meadows with timber cottages down in the picturesque valleys, the murmur of waterfalls with the mysterious silence of peat bogs will enchant you. Peculiar rural architecture can be found even in the smallest villages in the submontane areas and scattered houses on the ridges.


    Departure Location

    a) Prague – airport or hotel where our driver will pick up you 

    b) Janské Lázně – in hotel where you get an information package

    Departure Time

    During the first day

    Price Includes

    • 5x Accommodation in *** or **** hotels – double room with shower, WC and TV
    • 5x Breakfast
    • Non-stop contact by phone with English speaking person from our travel agency
    • Luggage transfer during the whole stay in the Giant Mountains
    • A detailed description of the route in English incl. tourist maps

    Price Excludes

    • Taxi transfers from Prague and to Prague
    • Accommodation in Prague
    What to Expect

    Giant Mountains are the most famous mountains in the Czech Republic far from the capital city of Prague 150 km. They are situated in the northeast along the border with Poland. Snezka Mountain is the highest peak in the country. Beautiful scenery and tourist services at a high level attract many visitors every year – even in summer.

    • See the large alpine meadows with timber cottages down in the picturesque valleys, the murmur of waterfalls with the mysterious silence of peat bogs will enchant you.
    • Peculiar rural architecture found even in the smallest villages in the submontane areas and scattered houses on the ridges.
    • Steep glacial corries contrast with bare-stone ridges

    Day 1Arrival

    Arrival at the Václav Havel international airport Prague according to a flight schedule during the day. The airport lies about 20 km northwest of Prague. You could catch a bus or our driver will be waiting for you to get you to Jánské Lázně. Afternoon program depends on time, for example, skywalking in trees. There is quite only one spa town in the Czech part of Giant mountains with an extraordinary history and warm mineral spring. The town is located at the foot of Černá hora (The Black Mountain). Afternoon walking depends on the time of arrival. The spa was founded in the 17th century.

    You will see: Janské Lázně

    Accommodation: hotel Luční dům (or similar)

    Day 2Janské Lázně - Pec pod Sněžkou

    Up to Černá Hora hill by cable car. Viewpoint in the former cable car mast. First view tower was built in 1896. The greatest peat bogs which covers 75 hectares. Rare plants and animals. Bogs are 6 thousand years old and 2,5 meters deep. Walking via an educational trail. Descent to Pec pod Sněžkou. (10 km or 14 without cable car). Mountain resort located in National park. Well popular after the First World War.

    Ascent: 105 m (704 m without cable car) descent: 607 m, 4 hours and 15 minutes + breaks

    You will see: Černá hora hill

    Accommodation: hotel Hořec **** (or similar)

    Day 3Pec pod Sněžkou - Špindlerův Mlýn

    By cable car to Sněžka highest Czech peak (1 602 meters up to sea level). Was modeled by glaciers. New post office. Following Polish borders to Luční Bouda pub (Polish way, oldest – from 1623, largest and highest located – 1410 m a. s., local specialist) around Giant Hut (one of the most beautiful places in Giant mountains). Krakonošova zahrada garden with a rare special of mountain flora. Crossing Kozí Hřbety erosion ridge. Descending to Špindlerův Mlýn. The most luxury Czech mountain resort. Biggest development after the First World War. A lot of mining before.

    (11 km; 16 km without cable car), ascent 291 m (1 152m without cable car, descent 1 158m. 4 hours + breaks

    You can see: Sněžka

    Accommodation: Hotel**** Start

    Day 4Circuit around Špindlerův Mlýn

    Circuit to Zlaté Návrší (Golden Hill) and Labe (Elbe) spring.

    By cable car to Medvědín hill. Viewing tower Šmídova vyhlídka. Vrbata hill and Vrbata chalet, Hanč and Vrbata monument to memory tragic skiing contest, Pančavský waterfall. Sněžné jámy deep corries. Dívčí kameny rocks. Harrachovy kameny rocks, Ambrožova viewpoint, Labe spring (biggest Czech river), Labe waterfall and huge chalet from last century, Mužské kameny rocks, Špindlerova bouda, by bus back to Špindlerův Mlýn.

    Total 14 km.

    You will see:

    Accommodation: Hotel**** Start

    Hotel is situated in Špindlerův Mlýn

    Day 5Špindlerův Mlýn - Rokytnice nad Jizerou

    Labský důl, Kotel Mountain (1 435 m a.s.l.) with a flat peak and Kotelné jámy corries. Dvoračky with a typical timbered folk house founded in 1707. Magical panoramas from the ridges. Descent to Rokytnice nad Jizerou. Dominated by the magnificence of Lysá hora and Kotel mountains. Influenced by the glass and textile industry. Krakonoš´s settlement history dates to the year 1574.

    (20 km, ascent: 804 m, descent: 965 m, 5 hours 30 minutes + breaks)

    You will see:


    Day 6Departure to Prague

    Departure to Prague during the day according to a bus schedule. Buses go to a bus station Praha – Černý Most. Or you will be picked up in hotel in case of private transfer.

    You will see:

    Accommodation: Hotel*** (Andante) or Hotel**** (Haštal or Čertovka) in Prague (depending on the type of your package).


    Prices 2024
    No deposit needed! Book now and pay first deposit 1/3 of the price 2 months before the tour starts!
     Package for 2
     Package for 4
     Accommodation in a double / twin room Accommodation in a double / twin room Accommodation in a single room

     € 585

    / person

    € 555

    / person

    € 970 

    / person


     Package for group
     Package for 3
     Accommodation in a single room – travelling in a group Accommodation in a triple room  

     € 760

    / person

    € 540

    / person



    In price included: 

    • 5x accommodation in Giant Mountains (3-4 stars hotels)
    • luggage transfer between hotels
    • non-stop contact person
    • route notes, including maps
    • other information in the package



    Transfers up to 8 passengers

    Arrival (Prague – Janské Lázně): € 190

    Departure (Rokytnice nad Jizerou to Prague): € 190


    Accommodation in Prague, DBL or twin room

    3 stars: €130

    4 stars: €150

    Information & FAQ

    Flights info for this trip

    Recommended airport: Václav Havel Airport Prague (http://www.prg.aero/en/), IATA: PRG

    Terminal 1 is used for flights outside the Schengen Area.
    Terminal 2 is used for flights within the Schengen area.

    Lines from Britain:

    • British Airways: London/Heathrow
    • easyJet: London /Gatwick, London /Stansted, London /Southend, Edinburgh, Manchester
    • Ryanair: London /Stansted, Bournemouth, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester
    • Wizz Air: London /Luton
    • Smartwings: London/Gatwick

    Lines from Ireland:

    • Ryanair: Dublin
    • Aer Lingus: Dublin

    Lines from USA:

    • American Airlines: Chicago, Philadelphia 
    • Delta Air Lines: New York /JFK

    Traveling to and from Giant Mountains

    Transfer from airport to the Giant Mountains (Janské Lázně)

    • Variant a – public transport
    • Variant b – private transfer

    The fastest transport to the Giant Mountains, based on the previously booked taxi. The driver will wait for clients in the airport hall when they check in. He will have the poster with the name of CzechWalks in his hands. Travel time by a taxi from the Prague airport to Janské Lázně is up to 2,5 hours.

    Transfer from Bohemian Paradise (Rokytnice nad Jizerou) to Prague

    • Variant A – public transport
    • Variant B – private transfer

    Hiking in Czechia

    If you get in trouble, you will call Petr, he speaks english.

    All tracks are leading along the tourist very well-marked paths. Tourist mark for hikers has a uniform size of 10 cm x 10 cm. The following colors are used in the Czech Republic: red, blue, green and yellow. Margins are white. Attention! In case you loose the tourist mark, you will have to go back to the place where you saw it for the last time. You will also have to take care of digressions. You will also see bigger marks, which are for bikers and their edges are yellow. We are able to change the route on the client wish, e.g. incl. the train or bus ride.

    Accommodation and services

    The luggage transfer is ensured from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    All hotels have 3 or 4 stars. Rooms are comfortable with bathrooms and TV. Accommodation is provided incl. continental breakfast. All hotels also have a wireless Internet connection (WIFI).