Nový Svět 134, 512 46, Harrachov

Notes from Cats

Rack railway (called zubačka)

Discover the mysterious Rose Garden in the Giant Mountains, an irregular stone circle resembling a rose flower. Its origins are shrouded in mystery, with theories ranging from a cult place of the people of the ash fields to the romantic legend of the Comtesse Rosena. The garden is also the

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Krkonoše výšlap U Dvou Kocourů, Růženčina zahrádka

Růženčina zahrádka

Explore the mystical Růženčina zahrádka in the Krkonoše Mountains, a mysterious stone circle with obscure origins and rich legends Its origins are shrouded in mystery, with theories ranging from a cult site of the people of the ash fields to the romantic legend of the Comtesse Rose. The garden is

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Pančavský Waterfall

The Pančavský waterfall, the highest in the Czech Republic with a height of 148 metres, cascades from the Pančavská meadow to the bottom of the Elbe Mine. Formerly regulated, today left to the power of nature, it is most impressive during snow melt. The trip can be combined with a

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Elbe Waterfall

The Elbe Waterfall measures 35 metres and is surrounded by 200 metres of wild rocky rapids. The lookout above the waterfall offers unforgettable views, including the historic sluice that once amplified the flow of water. In winter, the waterfall transforms into a magical frozen scene, but don’t step on the

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Labský důl valley

Labský důl, the heart of the Giant Mountains, will enchant you with the beauty of the Elbe mountain stream and the historic Harrachova cesta. A challenging trek will reveal the shaping of the landscape by an ancient glacier, with spectacular views and the Pančavský waterfall.

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The source of the Elbe

Head to the source of the Elbe and discover how the Krkonoše peat bog gives birth to a clear stream that reaches the Baltic Sea after 1,154 km. The source of the Elbe flows through a symbolic stone well, but it actually springs 300 metres away in an inaccessible reserve.

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Mumlava Waterfall

Mumlava Waterfall, 10 metres high, is one of the most beautiful in Bohemia. Its uniqueness lies in the granite depressions called “giant pots”. Try a dip in the cool water or visit the waterfall in winter and admire the icefall.

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