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  • Gorol Tourist Information Centre
    Gorol Tourist Information Centre

    You are warmly invited to the annual ‘Gorol Days’, a festival where you can try out folk crafts and find out more about local products, customs and culture.

  • Mosty u Jablunkova
    Mosty u Jablunkova

    Mosty u Jablunkova can be found easily: It is situated at the very east part of the Czech republic, in the Moravian-Silesian region, bordering with three states-Czech republic, Poland and Slovakia.The town has around 4,000 inhabitants and extends over a length of 8 km.

  • A tour of the mountains – from chalet to chalet
    A tour of the mountains – from chalet to chalet

    The Mosty u Jablunkova area can boast a wide range of mountain chalets catering for hikers. We have chosen seven which you can visit:

    Gírová - 4 km
    Kamenná chata - 6 km
    Polanka - 4 km
    Severka - 5 km
    Skalka - 4 km
    Studeničný - 5 km
    Zuzana - 2 km
  • Stroll through history and view a wonder of nature: Šance and Megoňky
    Stroll through history and view a wonder of nature: Šance and Megoňky

    Why not take a trip along the Czech-Slovak border – see the historic Šance fortifications and marvel at the strange stone ‘balls’ in the Megoňky quarry.

  • The ‘Gorolszus’ tightrope ride at Mosty
    The ‘Gorolszus’ tightrope ride at Mosty

    Beautiful countryside, superb local specialities and an active way to relax for all the family. For all this and more, come to the Mosty Ski Centre, which is open all year round and offers both adrenaline sports and relaxing family activities.

  • Cycling holidays
    Cycling holidays

    The hills and mountains around Mosty u Jablunkova offer ideal conditions for trekking and mountain biking. There is a network of marked cycle paths leading up to the summits of local mountains, where chalets offer delicious refreshments.

Backcountry skiing through a winter landscape

The Beskydy mountains have always been a favourite destination for skiers. Recently, the focus has mainly been on cross-country skiing for all levels of difficulty. The Beskydy have plenty of snow cover from the autumn to the late spring, so they are not classic cross-country terrain – and it is only recently that well-maintained cross-country trails have been created in the mountains.

For a long time local skiers have been used to moving off-trail, which nowadays is known as BC (backcountry) skiing. Just as the Beskydy’s height and slope difficulty levels offer a compromise between the Alps and the flatter terrain of Scandinavia, winter sports lovers tend to enjoy a compromise between Alpine and Nordic touring equipment, choosing robust and comfortable backcountry skis. These skis are designed for all snow conditions, for grooves, ice trails, powder snow on flat terrain, and forested sections. Backcountry lovers all agree that there is nothing better than blazing their own trail through a silent forest or across a vast white expanse (in other words, a field covered with snow). They may not be able to cover 50 kilometres in a single day, but their experience is all the richer. The Beskydy mountains offer ideal terrain for backcountry skiing, almost throughout the entire range. Backcountry skiing is the essence of why people love the great outdoors. In the summer they can enjoy wandering through unspoilt landscapes, while in the colder months they can be enchanted by a winter wonderland of snowdrifts, half-submerged trees, the tracks of wild animals, or even the animals themselves. Among the most wonderful winter experiences are the challenging climbs to the mountain summits and the long, exhilarating descents through deep powder snow.

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