For skiers and snowboarders we offer stays in a very convenient place. The location of the hotel is perfect for families with children, and for beginners as well as for experienced and demanding skiers.
Only a hundred metres from our hotel there are five ski lifts 300–800 metres in length. They are in the ski areas of Modrá Hvězda – Bahýnka and Sachrovka. The slopes can be covered with artificial snow and there are children’s lifts; night skiing is available, too. These slopes are gentle and suitable for learning.
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The main ski area of Horní Domky (Lysá hora) is 1 km away. It has the longest ski slope in the Czech Republic (3 200 m in length), two chair lifts and a total of 14.5 km of ski slopes. You can get there for free by a skibus, which stops 200 m from our hotel. You can get back all the way to the hotel on skis.
If you want to experience ski slopes not only in Rokytnice nad Jizerou, you can simply go to nearby Harrachov, Paseky nad Jizerou, Rejdice or Příchovice. In all these places you can ski using a single skipass within the association Skiregion.cz.
For both beginner and advanced skiers our hotel offers a high-quality ski, snowboard and other equipment hire. We also have the Yetti Ski School with well trained and certified instructors.
Cross-country skiing fans will have a field day here as well. Cross-country ski trails are near the hotel and depending on the weather the ski run for both classic and skate skiing is groomed by a snow cat. The trails are connected to the network of neighbouring Harrachov and the Polish town of Jakuszyce. Now the snow cats have a tracking device which uses GPS to transfer information about the date of grooming to the Internet. Thanks to this information you can find out about the current status of trails for your trip on Bilestopy.cz. The hotel owner will be happy to give you advice on choosing a suitable circuit and trail profile with regard to your fitness and the weather.
Ski stays in Rokytnice nad Jizerou are most affordable for a week (from Saturday to Saturday). Shorter periods are possible in the less sought after parts of winter, such as January or March.