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- I loved my trip to the Zoo. It's huge and very well maintained. The vegetation is wonderful with lots of old and tall trees.
Animals seems happy.
You can even feed some goats with pallets (provided by distributors) and observe from very close some guinea pigs.
It's a lovely place to spend an afternoon.Written 21 May 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We were a family with two children 14 and 12. We parked at Hubertus parking at the bottom of the walk for 90 CZK. From here we took the yellow route all the way to Ovcarna. The yellow route wasn't too difficult, a couple of scrambles up small rocks was as tough as it got but we managed it quite easily and had only standard trainers on - don't worry about not having hiking boots and alpine sticks like a lot of the keenos you will see.
Ovcarna is a ski resort and you'll know when you've arrived out of the forest. From Ovcarna you follow the road up to the summit at Praded.
From Praded we hired scooter bikes to take us back down to Ovcarna for 100 CZK each. The ride was 3km and took about 10 minutes. It was down the road you walk up but its traffic free so pretty safe.
From Ovcarna we took the bus back down to Hubertus (about 60 CZK for all of us) although the bus also stops at Hvezde before and Karlova Studanka afterwards if you needed to go back to these locations. The bus leaves at 30 mins past each hour.
We did see scooter bikes for rent at Ovcarna and we could've taken these all the way down to Hvezde for 150 CZK each and this is a longer ride (about 6 km). In hindsight I would've parked at Hvezde to begin with, walked up to Praded then down to Ovcarna then scooter bike back to Hvezde.
All in all though, this is a great fun day out. The walk took about 3 hours from bottom to top.
Definitely do this if you are in the area!Written 29 August 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Popular free-time destination for people from Třinec.
In summer, it is a good walk to the top (for those not in shape there is a possibility of using a chairlift). And what is better, than enjoying a great view with a glass of beer after a bit of workout, right?! Actually, lots of people run up the mountain in the morning before they go to work. Especially, in winter you can clearly see their handlamp beams climbing up the slopes.Written 19 October 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Nice to visit, even the price is pretty high (220 CZK/adult) and it´s crowded there. But the view is really amazing.Written 1 September 2020
- Last week I have visited this beautiful place, weather was mixed but snow conditions excellent, probably best place in Czechia this time of the year.
Local restaurant, the one next to ticket office and ski lift have great beer on the tap and delicious food, try smazeny syr and czosnkova polevka.Written 1 May 2017
- We were starting from Horni mesto, and following the green line till the waterfalls. Very nice walk, although it was still little bit damaged by the flood. Who likes really nice nature combinated with the small river , I can just recommend. Who us more afraid, there is much easier way from the south (Resov).Written 16 July 2020
- not all the facilities work all year round (the arrow and bow were not available) but still well worth the money if you are in the "neighborhood"...Written 26 October 2019
- Starts at the Town Hall (Radnice) and extends outside of the city. A great way to explore the city, quite unusual.Written 13 November 2017
- We used the offer of bike-pass where multiple options are available. Downhill biking was a good experience but red path needs improved marking.Written 14 August 2018
- 11 km downhill ski tracks, more than 4 km with evening enlightenment, 70 km maintained cross-country ski tracks, ski lift capacity over 11 ths people/hour. The biggest ski lift is the Karlov Ski Express (4 seats) and close to it there is a new family ski track with length of 1,45 km opened newly in 2017. There are also popular 2-seats lifts Myšák and Klobouk/Olomoučák. And many classic lifts all around here. The downhill ski tracks are eligible for all levels - 6 blue tracks, 6 red tracks and 1 black track (Pařezovka at Olomoučák hill). For children you can use the snow playground, snowtubing track at Myšák hill, skicross tracks, there are also 3 ski schools. Many hotels and small guest houses are here (> 60) some of them with sauna and other wellness equipment, you may use also the rental of ski, snowboards, snowshoes or fatbikes.Written 9 December 2017
- Good for a walk in any season of the year. The path is physically easy, you may go through even with a stroller. The educational trail is marked with information boards telling you what to observe and notice in the surrounding nature. It starts in the village Otice nearby the so called "Otická sopka" (Volcano Otice) reminding an ancient volcano (unconfirmed by geologists), then the trail guides you along the small river Hvozdnice, you will walk also around the picturesque ponds in Slavkov and reach the villages Štáblovice and Dolní Životice. In winter it is suitable for cross-country skiing.Written 11 September 2016
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