Boží Dar is the highest located and the third smallest town in the Czech Republic. Boží Dar is one of the main tourist centres in the Ore Mountains (Krušné hory in Czech). The location is popular for all-year-round visits. You can enjoy the following activities here:
Spring and summer
These two seasons are fantastic for tourism and cycling. Directly from Boží Dar you can go on 15 cycling circuits and routes for road, trekking and mountain bikes. Downhill bikers and off-road bikers will also be thrilled by this location.
Hiking tourists will appreciate a wide selection of trails – from 3km of barrier-free walks to long-distance trails with more demanding terrain.
Families with children will appreciate the Novako children’s world, the Cetina of Jesus (shorter circuit 6km and 12km longer), Klínovec lookout tower and other attractions nearby.
When summer is reaching its end and autumn is about to come this place is a paradise for mushroom pickers and blueberry pickers. NordicWalking lovers will also enjoy this area.
Bozi Dar lies on the Czech-German border in the saddle between the highest mountain Krušné hory Klínovec (1244 m above sea level) and Božídarský Špičák (1115 m above sea level). Thanks to this, you will find here ideal conditions for all winter sports. Several cross-country skiing tracks are going trough the city. Great conditions and facilities are also available for snoboarding, snowkiting, snow-tubing and snowshoeing.
A complete overview of attractions, hiking trails, cycling routes and information on cross-country skiing and ski resorts conditions can be found here.