Enjoy your holiday in Spindleruv Mlyn and its surroundings to the fullest. Yellow point offers many activities for adults and children. There is also a 10% discount for hotel guests. More information about the discount is available at the hotel reception.
Kozí hřbety is a 3-kilometre-long steep ridge that rises above Špindlerův Mlýn. There is a lookout point on the eastern end of the ridge, offering an amazing view of Sněžka (the highest mountain in the Czech Republic) and Luční bouda (“Mountain Meadows Inn”).
The spring of the Elbe River (called “Labe” in Czech) is located in the moorelands around Labská bouda at an elevation of approx.1 387m above sea level. You can choose a shorter or longer hike, or you can choose to take advantage of one of the Špinder lifts for at least a part of the trip. The lifts are open in the summer as well.
Is there anyone who wouldn’t want to hike up the highest mountain in the Czech Republic during one of their trips to the Krkonoše Mountains? A beautiful trail leads from Špindlerův Mlýn past Luční bouda. If there is a preference to reach the mountain by lift, which stops just short of the summit, you first must set out by car to the town of Pec pod Sněžkou.
Do you love animals? Set out to visit a unique safari, where you can drive around marked roads in your own car. You may get lucky and the locals will greet you face to face.
The muzeum, which was founded in 1891, will give you a look of Czech skiing or the historical development of the Western Krkonoše Mountains.
Did you get rained in during your holiday in Špindl? No worries – take the opportunity to visit the water park. Your children will surely be thrilled with the many attractions the park has to offer – a heated pool with a mushroom, 2 slides, a tube slide and a wild river. Adults will appreciate the recreational pool with water spouts, and the small and large hot tub.
Take your stay in Krkonoše to the limit and visit one of the oldest bobsleigh tracks in the Czech Republic.
Other destinations in the Krkonoše Mountains, to where you can set out along marked trails from Špindlerův Mlýn, include Sněžné jámy (“Snowy Pits”), Špindlerova bouda (“Špindler Inn”), Bouda u Bílého Labe (“White Elbe Inn”) with an educational trail along Čertovy strouhy (“Devil’s Ditch”) in Čertův důl (“Devil’s Mine”) (preserved dam work), Luční bouda (“Mountain Meadows Inn”), Labská bouda (“Elbe Inn”), Labský waterfall (“Elbe Waterfall”), Pančavský waterfall or Vrbatova bouda (“Vrbata Inn”) with the Mound of Hanč and Vrbata. Of course, cyclists are welcome in Špindlerův Mlýn and can take advantage of a plentitude of marked cycling trails as well as services for cyclists such as “cycle-bus” connections between the regions, free bicycle transportation on lifts or servicing and rental facilities.