Tip: It's best to plan your ski holidays in the Czech Republic between November and March. During this time, you can expect great snow conditions in the ski resorts located between 600 and 1,200 metres above sea level.
Your partner in the Czech Republic: Skiing in Klinovec or winter hiking in the Czech wilderness – with rental gear from INTERSPORT Rent, you are always well equipped.
Ready for the slopes thanks to the RENTertainers: The INTERSPORT Rent shops in the Czech Republic provide you with the right equipment.
Do you need rental skis for your kids, or would you like to test the latest snowboards? The rental pros in the Czech Republic are there to help you with state-of-the-art equipment and expert advice. You'll also get the best tips for skiing in the Czech Republic as a free bonus on top!
Skiing in the Czech Republic is a great option for winter fans of all ages. Although the country's ski resorts are on the smaller side, there is a nice selection of affordable ski resorts for families.
By the way: You can find more information about skiing in the Czech Republic on the website of visitczechrepublic.com.
... you are looking for great winter sports moments at a very affordable price.
... you prefer to be away from the hustle and bustle of the big ski resorts.
... you would like to combine snow sports with sightseeing in the land of castles and palaces.
Ski holidays full of culinary pleasures: The Czech Republic is known for its delicious cuisine. Hearty dishes such as dumplings, goulash or Buchteln will make your taste buds rejoice and give you plenty of energy for the remainder of your ski day. In the lower-lying regions of the country, wine and hops are grown in the summer months. You're in the mood for a delicious glass of wine or beer after your adventures on the slopes? Indulge yourself!