After 3 days stay in this city you get a 3 hour coach trip to the land of hundreds of kilometres of dedicated, picturesque bicycle routes on both the Polish and Czech sides. We would like to offer you bicycle trips in lower and higher mountains where the trails lead through wild nooks and open spaces from where you can see fantastic panoramic views of the mountains.
The most recent addition to our programmes are rides on singltreks.
singlreks are narrow mountain layered paths, merged with the landscape, which lead through forests – nature friendly. A singltrek runs along the side of a hill with a small incline. It winds among trees – never goes straight for too long, never goes up or down for too long. It is nicely adapted to the forest scenery and allows to enjoy cycling and being in the bosom of nature.
The person behind designing them is Daffydd Davis, an internationally well known creator of mountain bike trails. Trails like that are build bearing in mind minimal interference with the surrounding nature and maximum enjoyment of off-road biking. The first route like this, in this part of Europe, is the biking circuit singltrek by the SMRK, which is included in our offer.
Day 1: Arrival at Prague; transfer to the hotel (check-in); welcome meeting; dinner, free time.
Day 2: Breakfast; Prague sightseeing part 1 – Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, Old Town City Hall, Powder Gate; lunch; dinner; free time.
Day 3: Breakfast; Prague sightseeing part 2 – Vysehrad, Charles Square, Emauzy-The Monastery of Slavic Benedictines, Evening walk on Petrin; lunch; dinner; free time.
Day 4: Breakfast; transfer to mountain town Karpacz situated on Polish side of the Sudetes Mountains (around 3 hours). Check in; lunch; free time – time to relax or for activities: swimming pools, sauna, spa & wellness, gym, bowling, squash; walk to the town.
Day 5: After the breakfast transfer to Jakuszyce. The beginning of the trip: a loop in the Izerskie Mountains on the height of roughly 3000-3600 feet. On route an old closed quartz mine and scenic views of Karkonosze Mountains. Further crossing a mountain village Szklarska Poreba. It is famous for its glass-blowing tradition. Next along the trail to the forest. Break for lunch by the forest stream Szklarka. Later on crossing of the Karkonosze National Park at the scenic village of Przesieka. Climb to the small village of Borowice and rest. From Borowice the last leg of the trip to the hotel in Karpacz; supper. The length of the route about 25 miles/40 km; the difficulty level: medium.
Day 6: After the breakfast transfer to Rudawski Scenic Park. The beginning is in Janowice Wielkie. A ride along tracks leading through picturesque forests, along rivers and forest streams, in between hills and passing by interesting rock formations. During the journey there will be a stops for lunch and rest by ruins of medieval castle and by view spots on the Krzyzna Mountain and Sokoliki. From the summits there you can enjoy a wide panorama of the Jelenia Gora Valley and Karkonosze Mountains. The trip ends at the XIX century palace in Wojanów. The diner and rest in the park by the palace. Transfer to the hotel; free time; supper. The length of the route about 12.4 miles/20 km; the difficulty level: moderate.
Day 7: After breakfast transfer to Jakuszyce. Along the cycling trail across the small village Bukovec, on the Czech side, towards mountain village Jizerka. Further following the route to the small well known village Harrachov along picturesque river bank of Jizerka through the forest. International championships in ski jump take place Harrachov, on one of the highest ski jumps in the world. Dinner. Optionally a visit to an old glassworks, museum or brewery. Transfer to the hotel; free time; supper.
Day 8: Breakfast, check-out, transfer to the airport.
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