13 most beautiful mountain resorts in Europe

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By Joanna Dabrowska

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Europe is very popular among every type of tourist. City person, history geek, architecture lover, outdoor enthusiast, foodie - everyone would find amazing places in this interesting continent.

In this case, which are the best places to visit in Europe? 

Let's forget about cities and focus on the mountains in Europe. There are many reasons to visit them:

  • amazing landscape
  • well-developed infrastructure
  • variety of trails
  • lots of mountain shelters
  • clean air
  • friendly and open-minded people
  • safety

Let's have a look at the top thirteen European mountain resorts which you just have to put on your bucket list. They are the most beautiful places in Europe and ideal mountain getaways for every nature lover. 💙

Best mountain resorts in Europe

1. Moena, Italy

This mountain town is recommended by Claudia Tavani from My Adventures Across The World.

moena resort in italy

Moena province in Italy © lpictures / Adobe Stock

Italy has to be on the top of this list - it's one of the most beautiful countries in Europe!

One of Italy's top mountain resorts is Moena. Located in Trentino, at the heart of the Dolomites, it is a lovely place to visit in any season.

During the winter months, it provides access to some excellent ski slopes in the region. During the spring and summertime, it is a fantastic starting point to enjoy all the most beautiful hikes in the Dolomites and to access the best viewpoints in the region, such as that of Sass Pordoi, where an easy cable car ride goes all the way up the mountain to allow visitors to appreciate the breathtaking views of the Dolomites.

view from sass pordoi

The view from Sass Pordoi located 30 min drive from Moena © EKH-Pictures / Adobe Stock

The village itself is a pleasant place to visit and walk around. It is very small, with no more than 2,500 people regularly living there, but it can get busy with tourists. The historic center is a maze of narrow, beautiful alleys - the nicest area is the Turkish Quaters, named after a legend according to which a lost Ottoman soldier ended up in the area and decided to live there.

There are plenty of small local shops, delicious restaurants and many bakeries where we can try all the local specialities, especially the famous regional apple strudel. The overall atmosphere is quaint and relaxed. It is a perfect place to spend a few days!

You may purchase the Moena map on Amazon here.

If you'd like to stay in this scenic Italian mountain resort, you may look for accommodation here:

For more beautiful mountain places in Italy, check out this Livigno ski guide.

2. Sierra Nevada, Spain

Sierra Nevada Spain

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Spain isn't only about sunny beaches and palms - if you're thinking about hiking in Europe then the Spanish mountains should be on your bucket list!

The Sierra Nevada is a breathtaking mountain range in southern Spain in the Andalusia region. These mountains belong to The Baetic System (also known as the Cordilleras Béticas or Baetic Mountains).

The Sierra Nevada mountains are less popular than the Pyrenees, however, they are the highest mountain area in continental Spain. The highest peak is Mulhacén - it reaches 3479 metres. Besides Mulhacén, there are 15 other mountain peaks which reach over 3000 metres.

The Sierra Nevada is a perfect place for every mountain lover who is looking for the best mountain getaways. It is ideal for skiers and snowboarders who like snowy slopes but also like warm summer - the Sierra Nevada allows you to combine winter sports with the sun and walk under the palm trees.

ski lift in sierra nevada

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The ski season starts in December and ends in April. Ski slopes are well-maintained and sun-exposed. In the summer Sierra Nevada mountain resort becomes a paradise for hikers and mountain bikers.

The most popular hiking trail leads to Veleta mountain (3398 metres) - the second-highest peak in the Sierra Nevada. Veleta is one of the easiest over-3000-metre mountain peaks to climb in Europe. The gravel trail which leads almost to the mountain top is wide and technically easy to hike.

What is great about those mountains is that the trails are far less crowded than other mountains in Spain but the views are spectacular!

The main mountain town in the Sierra Nevada is Pradollano to which leads an impressive mountain road from Granada. The base of the mountain village is located at 2100 metres but the highest point is at 3300 metres.

Pradollano might not be the biggest mountain resort but there is everything that is needed for a great mountain trip - hotels, restaurants, ski lifts, shops and, most importantly, the unforgettable mountain landscape.

Sierra Nevada are the best mountains in Europe for adventure seekers who are looking for off-the-beaten-path destinations.

If you wish to explore these stunning Spanish mountains, you may buy the "50 hikes in Sierra Nevada" book - here's the Amazon link.

If staying in Pradollano mountain resort sounds good to you, check the below accommodation options:

3. Grandvalira, Andorra

This European mountain resort is especially liked by Eniko from Travel Hacker Girl.

Grandavalira in Andorra

View on the Canillo town in Grandvalira © allard1 / Adobe Stock

Andorra is the perfect place to visit for any outdoor lover. In the summer there are lots of beautiful hiking trails you can explore and in the winter you can head to the slopes of Grandvalira ski resort which many travelers consider one of the best ski resorts in Europe.

Andorra doesn't have an airport. The easiest way to get there is by flying into Barcelona and then you can take a transfer bus to Andorra in about 3.5 hours.

There are a lot of accommodations you can choose from in Pas de la Casa, Grau Roig, Soldeu, El Tarter, Canillo and Encamp. The towns are well connected by a ski bus as well.

Granvalira has 210 km of slopes, which can keep visitors busy for weeks. In fact, Granvalira is the largest ski resort in the Pyrenees. Everyone will find suitable slopes for their ability. There is a possibility to buy lunch vouchers with your ski passes, which can save you a lot of money.

Cable car lift in Encamp

Cable car lift in Encamp © Sergey Novikov / Adobe Stock

We spent 5 days skiing in the resort and we had a lot of fun! We had great luck with the weather as we were greeted with sunshine every morning.

The ski resort also has a mobile application, that has a map, and it can also show you how many km you skied each day and what was your top speed. Equipment hire was also very easy and most lifts didn't have a queue during our stay.

So choose Andorra for your next skiing holiday before it gets too popular!

You may find fantastic hotels for your outdoor adventures in the Pas de la Casa mountain resort:

4. Zermatt, Switzerland

This mountain town is favourite place of Clare from Epic Road Rides.

Town of Zermatt the mountain resort

Zermatt resort town © OliverFoerstner / Adobe Stock

Looking for best hikes in Europe? Choose Switzerland!

Zermatt is one of Europe’s best-known mountain resorts. It’s located in Switzerland and occupies an iconic location at the foot of the mighty Matterhorn, an ever-present snowy pyramid on the skyline.

The town is chocolate-box-beautiful, full of wooden chalets, boutique shops and eye-catching window displays. Compared to the more brutal concrete architecture of some French resorts I’ve been to, Zermatt is heaven. The centre of the town is also, mercifully, car-free.

I love to ski in Zermatt - I think it's one of the best ski resorts in Europe! 💙

Cable lift from Zermatt

Cable lift from Zermatt © Sergii Figurnyi / Adobe Stock

There are 360 km of pistes including the Matterhorn glacier, which is Europe’s largest and highest summer ski region; it attracts many national ski teams during those summer months. One of my favourite runs in winter is over the glacier and into Italy. There you can enjoy wide-sweeping pistes and a delicious lunch, before heading back into Switzerland.

In summer, the town fills with walkers, cyclists and climbers looking to conquer the 4,000m summits nearby. If heights are your thing, this is the town for you.

You can take a cog railway from Zermatt up the 3,089m Gornergrat mountain. There there are spectacular views of the Matterhorn and the Monte-Rosa massif. Alternatively, why not visit Europe’s highest cable car viewpoint which will take you to 3,883m and treat you to some stunning vistas.

If you love the mountains, you’ll love Zermatt!

You may get the Zermatt travel map on Amazon here.

To find deals on hotels in Zermatt check booking.com below:

5. Val d'Isere, France

Val d'Isere France seen from Col de l'Iseran road

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Val d'Isere together with neighbouring Tignes create one of the best ski resorts in Europe. There are over 300 kilometres of ski piste, 88 ski lifts and 2 underground trains - Funival and Funiculaire Grande Motte.

The ride in those mountain funiculars is an adventure itself - they lead through a 3.5-kilometre tunnel and up to the glacier providing astonishing views along the way.

Val d'Isere is a lively mountain resort popular among tourists all year long. Along its main street, there are countless pubs and restaurants. There's also a modern sports centre with swimming pools, climbing walls and a fitness centre.

Despite the numerous attractions this mountain town has preserved its traditional Alpine character. Houses of Val d'Isere are built in the long-established style with characteristic stone columns which hold the sheer roofs.

This mountain resort is the most beautiful town in the French Alps.

Val d'Isere France

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One of the most popular attractions high up in the mountains is La Folie Douce. It's a restaurant serving delicious food which can be enjoyed outdoors. But La Folie Douce isn't only about food - there are the best parties in the area! There are dancers and singers performing on a high platform.

However, Val d'Isere isn't only a ski paradise - it's a perfect destination for hikers, mountain bikers and climbers.

The great thing is that the lifts are free of charge in the warm season.

One of the most popular hiking destinations is Le Lac de L'Ouillette - a beautiful mountain lake located at 2500 metres. The lake can be reached by bike, car, gondola lift or on foot from the mountain resort.

For adrenaline junkies, there are two via ferrata trails which start in Val d'Isere: Plates de la Daille and Roc of Tovière.

If you'd like to explore these spectacular European mountains, you may purchase the paper map here.

Below you'll find deals on hotels in Val d'Isere:

If you're considering visiting other beautiful places in France, check out the travel guide of Annecy resort in the French Alps.

6. Courmayeur, Italy

This mountain resort is recommended by Gemma from A Girl And Her Dog On The Road.

Courmayeur, Italy Alps

I think Italian Alps are the most beautiful mountains in Europe and Courmayeur is my favourite mountain location.

A very popular ski resort in the winter and a stop-off point along the Tour De Mont Blanc hiking trail in the summer months.

Scratch beneath the surface though and it is so much more than this. You won't find any high rises or concrete apartment blocks here. It is full of Alpine charm with old slate roof houses, dramatic mountain scenery on all sides and a relaxed and friendly village vibe.

In the summer months, along with spectacular hiking, why not take the cable car up to Plan Checrouit to enjoy the open-air, heated swimming pool - complete with views of Mont Blanc.

For a family-friendly hike with amazing views, why not try the walkthrough Val Veny and up to Lago Miage. This glacial lake is pretty spectacular with the ice cliffs surrounding it and usually with two colours in the water.

In the winter, it is not just the skiing that makes this a great place to visit. There are lots of traditional Christmas Markets around the Aosta Valley, or why not try a bit of snowshoeing.

If you enjoy a bit of Apres-Ski, Courmayeur is full of high-quality eateries to try. My personal favourite is Ristorante Chalet Plan Gorret, a ten-minute walk out of the village centre. With a cosy alpine atmosphere, traditional food with a modern twist and super friendly staff, this family-run restaurant is well worth a visit.

If staying in one of the most picturesque mountain resorts in Europe sounds good to you, check out the below deals:

If you're considering visiting other beautiful places in Italy, check out the travel guide of Misurina resort in the Dolomites.

7. Bansko, Bulgaria

This one is preferred by Sarah from A Social Nomad.

Bulgaria ski resorts. Bansko. Cheap places to visit in Europe. ASocialNomad

Bansko, Bulgaria is not just the biggest ski resort in the country (and the cheapest in Europe), but a fabulous spot for hiking and summer festivals in the old town.

Just 2 hours from Bulgaria’s capital, the mountain town of Bansko is a great place to get away to. There’s great downhill and cross-country skiing as well as superb snowshoeing trails in winter.

From Spring onwards the Pirin National Park, which Bansko is located on the edge of, provides gorgeous days and longer hikes with a series of camping huts available for overnight stays.

The area is surrounded by natural hot springs, so you can pay a few euros to head to the official pools or walk to the natural pools in the National Park. There’s also horse riding, a huge mountain biking community and off-road touring available. Summer in Bansko provides a range of free music and cultural festivals – from opera to jazz, rock and ballet.

Great local food is plentiful and cheap as is the local wine. It’s a Mediterranean lifestyle without the price tag!

If you're looking for stunning but cheap destinations in Europe, then put Bansko on your bucket list.

8. Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

Kranjska Gora Slovenia

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Kranjska Gora is one of the most beautiful places in Slovenia! Located in the heart of Julian Alps in Zgornjesavska valley it's a paradise for all nature lovers.

In winter Kranjska Gora attracts winter sports aficionados - there are over 30 kilometres of ski piste, 40 kilometres of cross-country skiing routes, 19 ski lifts and several slopes prepared especially for snowboarders. For skiers looking for the adrenaline rush, there is Snow Park Kranjska Gora.

The mountain resort is a paradise for outdoor folks - there are countless possibilities to spend time actively. You can try climbing a frozen waterfall, riding in a sledge pulled by a reindeer, mountain biking at Kranjska Gora Bike Park or hiking in Triglav National Park (Slovenia is a small country but there are definitely some of the best hikes in Europe!).

The most popular hiking trail in the area is Triglav - the highest mountain in Slovenia (2864 metres). The best options for hikers who are looking for an adventure are via ferratas which start in Vrata Valley (located near Mojstrana village in Kranjska Gora).

Another challenging but very rewarding via ferrata trail leads to Prisojnik mountain (2547 metres). Other popular mountain peaks close to Kranjska Gora are Razor (2601 metres) and Škrlatica (2740 metres).

After a day spent on the trail, tired hikers can relax at wellness centres or a casino situated in the centre of the mountain resort.

Kranjska Gora is also well known for its festivals and sports events:

  • World Championships in ski jumping at Planica
  • Vitranc Cup - ski slalom competition
  • X-plosion of Fun - concerts and performances after Vitranc Cup
  • International Film Fest Kranjska Gora - movie festival in the summer
  • Russian Weekend - cultural event, where you can see performances of top Russian artists in the Vitranc Hall
  • Triple Border meeting - every second Sunday in September hikers from Slovenia, Austria and Italy meet at Peč Mountain (1508 metres) known as Triple Border

The Julian Alps are truly the best mountains in Europe.

If you would like to visit Slovenia and explore the stunning hiking trails in Julian Alps, then this paper map will come in handy.

To find deals on hotels in Kranjska Gora, check out the below:

9. St. Moritz, Switzerland

This alpine resort is recommended by Priya Vin from Outside Suburbia.

St Moritz. Places to visit in Switzerland

St. Moritz located in Switzerland is a beautiful mountain resort that has a bounty of summer and winter activities. The Swiss Alps are considered by many hikers as one of the best places to visit in Europe.

St. Moritz is the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism. It has hosted the Winter Olympics twice and guests from all over the world appreciate the modern Alpine lifestyle and winter sporting opportunities the area provides.

It is a glamorous and elegant mountain resort synonymous with privilege and old money. If you want to vacation like royalty Badrutt's Palace Hotel St Moritz is the place to stay. After all, they have a few Rolls Royce as house cars and don’t skimp on any extravagance!

It was the hotelier Johannes Badrutt who launched winter tourism here, with a daring bet.

Stroll around the lake, get lost in the views of the snow-specked mountains that surround the town, listen to the cowbells as they graze on the meadows filled with wildflowers, and enjoy lunch at the alpine huts in the mountains after lovely hikes in summer.

For winter sports enthusiasts there are 350 kilometers of pistes with a state-of-the-art infrastructure in the surrounding area.

St. Moritz’s ‘house mountain’, the Corviglia (2,486 m), boasts the steepest start slope in Switzerland with the Piz Nair Wall’s 100 per cent vertiginous drop.

If you're planning to explore the Swiss Alps, then having a paper map will be very helpful. You may purchase one here.

St. Moritz is one of the best mountain resorts in Europe and staying there is a great adventure. You will find different types of accommodation here:

10. Jasná Nízke Tatry, Slovakia

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One of the hotels in Jasna © Vlada Z / Adobe Stock

Have you ever thought about skiing in Slovakia? If so, you need to head to Jasná Nízke Tatry resort!

This beautiful mountain village is located in Low Tatras National Park - the biggest National Park in Slovakia.

This mountain resort is nestled at the foot of Chopok mountain - an impressive summit which reaches 2024m. It is a true paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers.

In summer there are many hiking trails suitable for all kinds of hikers - experienced backpackers as well as families with children.

In winter Jasná Nízke Tatry becomes a popular ski resort. There are 46 kilometres (28 miles) of piste, a back bowl, a 6-kilometre (4 miles) home run, a terrain park, many off-piste slopes and tree runs.

chopok cable car

Cable car Chopok mountain © dragunoff / Adobe Stock

Some slopes are very steep, some are beginner-friendly and some can even get you in the middle of a forest - there are several freeride zones.

There's also a snow park and fun zone prepared for advanced skiers to keep them entertained.

For the Slovak and Czech Republic cable cars and lifts in various mountain resorts, you may use one GoPass card. You can purchase it also online here.

Besides hiking trails and ski piste, there are other attractions in the area. For adventure lovers, there is Demanovska Cave of Liberty - a beautiful cave with outstanding rock formations.

I consider Jasná Nízke Tatry one of the best ski resorts in Europe for families. If your little ones get tired, you can relax in a nearby waterpark - Tatralandia in Liptovský Mikuláš which is the biggest one in the area. There are lots of water slides, jacuzzis, and pools with hot mineral water rich in nutrients.

If you would like to get to know other Tatra Mountains resorts, check out this guide.

Cheap to travel to, budget-friendly ski pass, beautiful landscape, modern infrastructure and closeness to the airports - no wonder Tatra Mountains resorts have become top skiing destinations in Europe.

Our selection of utilities for your journey:

11. Zakopane, Poland

Zakopane is a picturesque mountain town located in the Polish Tatra mountains.

Things to do in Zakopane

Zakopane resort city © Nightman1965 / Adobe Stock

Zakopane is currently one of the best-known places in Poland and also one of the cheapest European ski resorts.

It's not surprising - located at the foot of scenic Tatra mountains, it offers lots of tourist attractions. Museums, restaurants, SPAs, pubs and discos make Zakopane a great place for city people.

But it is also perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. In summer Zakopane is the starting point of the best trails in Poland - Tatra mountains are the highest range in the country and the only mountains of Alpine characteristics in this part of Europe.

Let's just remember Tatra mountains are a National Park and this region deserves our respect.

Tatra National Park trails vary in difficulty and length - if you prefer easier hikes there are Koscieliska and Chocholowska valleys waiting for you. If you are looking for a bit of adrenaline, climb Rysy peak in High Tatras.

Cable Car Kasprowy

The Cable car of Kasprowy Wierch mountain © kosmos111 / Adobe Stock

In winter Zakopane becomes a ski resort - there are several ski areas, each with a few pistes:

  • Kasprowy Wierch
  • Nosal
  • Polana Gubałówka
  • Harenda
  • Polana Szymoszkowa

After a tiring day on the slope, you can relax in nearby water parks. There are a few modern water parks close to Zakopane: 

Our selection of utilities for your journey:

12. Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Austria

This Alpine resort is recommended by Josie from Josie Wanders blog.

Saalbach. Summer mountain resorts Europe

Many travelers consider Austria to be one of the most beautiful countries in Europe.

So, which are the best places to visit in Austria? It's definitely the Austrian Alps! 🧡

Saalbach-Hinterglemm is a small region about 90 minutes from Salzburg in central Austria.

It is best known as a winter ski location, claiming over 270 km of piste runs, 70 lifts and 60 mountain huts. The villages of both Saalbach and Hinterglemm have every facility to create the perfect winter holiday. You will find cute little cafes and pubs with roaring fires to warm you up after a day on the slopes. The towns are also small enough to offer plenty of ski-in/ski-out style accommodation.

Only recently the area has also started to be “open for business” over summer. Some of the lifts are now running for the summer season, where hiking in the Alps is just magical.

Make sure to grab a snack or drink at one of the many traditional mountain alms as you hike to any of the peaks for stunning views. There are also plenty of other summer activities for both adults and children, from mountain biking to a water park. Hire an e-bike and cycle through the area enjoying the many trails.

During both seasons there are many events occurring in the region to offer even more entertainment and value, from concerts, dance parties and sports carnivals, to charity events and Christmas markets.

Saalbach-Hinterglemm may be one of the top ski resorts in Austra but it’s also laid-back and relaxing. You will not find huge crowds here and will not need to worry about brands, just plenty of space to have a good time in the Austrian Alps.

To enjoy one of the most fun European mountain resorts, read our travel guide.

For a selection of hotels in Saalbach, check out the booking.com here:

13. Špindlerův Mlýn, Czechia

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 Špindlerův Mlýn is one of the best summer mountain resorts in Europe. You can enjoy a variety of attractions and activities during the warm months.

Here are some of the best things to do in this stunning Czech Republic mountain resort:

📌 Hiking - Špindlerův Mlýn is surrounded by the Karkonosze Mountains (Giant Mountains), offering numerous hiking trails suitable for all levels. Explore lush forests, meadows, and alpine landscapes. Śnieżka mountain (1603), the highest peak in the Czech Republic, is a popular destination for hikers.

Another scenic hiking route from Špindlerův Mlýn is the trail leading to Pančavský vodopád waterfall (Pancava Falls). It reaches 148 m and is the highest waterfall in the Czech Republic.

For the Slovak and Czech Republic cable cars and lifts in various mountain resorts, you may use one GoPass card. You can purchase it also online here.

📌 Mountain biking - the region has an extensive network of mountain biking trails. You can rent bikes locally and explore the beautiful countryside on two wheels.

📌 Water parks: Špindlerův Mlýn has several water parks and outdoor pools, providing a refreshing break on hot summer days. Aqua Park Špindlerův Mlýn is the biggest and most popular water park.

📌 Adventure parks: there are adventure parks with rope courses and zip lines, such as Monkey Park, where you can challenge yourself and have fun.

📌 Paragliding - if you're looking for an adrenaline rush, you can go paragliding and enjoy stunning aerial views of the Giant Mountains.

📌 Sightseeing - explore the charming town center, visit St. Peter and Paul Church, and learn about the local history and culture at the Karkonosze Museum in Vrchlabí village (you can check the prices and opening hours here).

📌 Spindleruv Mlyn Dam - spend time by Spindleruv Mlyn Dam, where you can go fishing, paddle boating, or simply relax by the water.

📌 Golf - there's a golf course in Mladé Buky, a nearby village, where you can enjoy a round of golf with beautiful mountain views.

📌 Cultural events - check if there are any local festivals, concerts, or events happening during your visit, as Špindlerův Mlýn often hosts cultural activities in the summer.

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Špindlerův Mlýn is also a fantastic destination for winter enthusiasts, offering a wide range of activities and attractions during the snowy season. It's also one of the cheapest European ski resorts. Here are some of the top winter attractions in Špindlerův Mlýn:

❄️ Skiing and snowboarding - the town is renowned for its excellent ski resorts, including Svatý Petr, Medvědín, and Hromovka, which offer a variety of slopes for all skill levels. You can also enjoy night skiing on illuminated slopes. There's one ski pass for all slopes (24 kilometres in total). Skibus shuttle between all the ski areas.

For the Slovak and Czech Republic cable cars and lifts in various mountain resorts, you may use one GoPass card. You can purchase it also online here.

❄️ Cross-country skiing - there are numerous cross-country skiing trails around Špindlerův Mlýn, including the Giant Mountains Cross-Country Highway, which provides breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

❄️ Snowshoeing - explore the pristine winter wonderland on snowshoes, with various trails and routes available for different fitness levels.

❄️ Snow tubing and tobogganing - several places in Špindlerův Mlýn offer snow tubing and tobogganing fun for both kids and adults.

❄️ Ice skating - enjoy ice skating at the natural ice rinks in town, such as the one in the town center, offering a charming winter atmosphere.

❄️ Snowmobile tours - take a snowmobile tour and race through the snowy wilderness, an exhilarating adventure.

❄️ Après-ski - explore the vibrant après-ski scene with numerous bars, restaurants, and clubs offering lively entertainment and delicious Czech cuisine.

❄️ Husky dog sledging - experience the thrill of dog sledging with tours that take you through the snowy forest trails.

❄️ Winter events - Špindlerův Mlýn often hosts winter events, including snow festivals and competitions, adding an extra layer of excitement to your stay.

Whether you're an avid skier or just looking for the best mountain getaways, Špindlerův Mlýn may be the best option.

Karkonosze aren't the tallest European mountains but they are truly beautiful and offer loads of attractions all year round.

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If you would like to stay in Špindlerův Mlýn mountain resort, you may look for accommodation here:

Safety in the mountains

Before going into the mountains, we need to prepare well. Even if we choose a short trail which seems to be easy to hike we should remember about safety.

Here are a few articles with hiking tips:

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