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Czech Republic Skiing in Spindleruv Mlyn
Spindleruv Mlyn extends from 715 to 1310 m above sea level. This is ideal conditions for skiing and cross-country skiing for up to 5 months in a year. With down-hill ski runs for all levels of ability and 25 km of snow covered slopes one will never run out of snow runs. Available are 14 chairlifts and lifts which can transport up to 10,000 skiers per hour. You can get one ski pass covering the 3 different resorts of Spindleruv Mlyn (St. Peter, Medvedin, Horni Misecky). From 740 - 1310 m above sea level, skiers, snow-boarders and telemark adepts will find slopes corresponding to their level of ability. The free ride snow-park in St. Peter awaits all snowboarder fans!
That is why "Špindl" also called "pearl of Giant Mountains", "Val d'Isere in the Middle Europe" or "Czech Aspen". Click here to view Piste Map
Day Ski Passes fr £18, Day Ski Hire fr £12, Beer fr .40p
Ski Packages from £XXXXX per person
The hotel Arnika is located in the settlement Labská – Špindleruv Mlýn. It is set in the Giant mountains nature reserve close to the highest water dam on the river Elbe and therefore is an ideal starting point both for summer hiking and winter sports such as cross-country skiing over the Giant Mountains ridges.
The hotel has 203 rooms with 406 beds. There are double rooms, double rooms with extra beds and apartments, all of them are equipped with private shower, WC, TV-set with satellite, radio and telephone set.
The Hotel restaurant welcomes you to some delicious meals of the International and Czech cuisine. You can also visit the cocktail lounge or wine bar, summer terrace with 270 seats, that will grant you a gorgeous view of the surrounding mountains.
Hotel services:hairdresser´s, cosmetics shop, swimming pool, solarium, fitness club, tennis court, volleyball field, pool room or minigolf. Sports equipment can be loaned out.
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