Suchý vrch – lookout tower and restaurant
The Suchý vrch lookout tower, which is part of Kramář's cottage, was originally built as a water tower, which was built in the years 1931-1932 according to the design of architect A. Patrmann. The lookout tower is made of concrete and its shape resembles a mushroom. The tower of the lookout tower is 33 m high. The Suchý vrch lookout tower is accessible all year round. In the summer months, the Suchý vrch lookout tower is a destination for hiking trips, and in the winter, a cross-country skiing paradise with tens of kilometers of regularly maintained cross-country trails.
Červenovodské sedlo is located in the southeastern tip of the Orlické hory called Bukovohorská hornatina about 2 km south of its highest peak Suchý vrch, 7 km southwest of the town Králíky and 7.5 km east of the town Jablonné nad Orlicí. Its altitude is 814 meters and lies between the peaks Prostřední vrch and Jeřáb. From the geomorphological point of view, it separates two parts of the main, the so-called Orlič ridge, namely the northern Suchovršské and southern Bukovohorský ridges.
The Marian pilgrimage site Hora Matky Boží is located above the town of Králíky near the state border with Poland, below Kralický Sněžník. A monumental Baroque monastery with the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, cloisters, the Chapel of the Holy Steps, a spring, a cemetery and a pilgrimage house on Mariánské Hill above the town of Králíky.
Brewery with restaurant Černý medvěd
The history of the house U Černého Medvěda dates back to the end of the 16th century. The house at the beginning of the 19th century served as a farmhouse. It is the biggest pride of the town monument zone in Jablonné nad Orlicí.
The indoor and outdoor pool with water slides and other water attractions underwent a complete renovation in 2020. You can also relax in the wellness and sauna world.
Skiresort Buková Hora
Skiresort buková Hora is a modern mountain area that connects 5 downhill runs that lead to Bukova hora from the Čenkovice and Červená Voda resorts. Here you will find the two longest downhill runs of the Orlické Mountains and the most modern four-seater cable car, which is one of the few in the Czech Republic to provide comfort in the form of heated seats. In addition, the seats are protected by a "bubble" protecting skiers and snowboarders in less favourable weather. The area is easily accessible from the main roads, so everyone can choose a more convenient route, as there is one common ski pass!
Ski resort Šanov
The Šanov ski resort is located between the villages of Červená Voda and Králíky in the foothills of the Orlické Mountains. The upper part of the slope is steeper, while the lower part is slower and slower. The entire length of the ski slope is illuminated and, if necessary, artificially snowed. There are two lifts to get to the top of the piste. The piste is regularly groomed with a snowmobile. There is a possibility of hot snacks in the area. You can park at the lift boarding station. However, a popular mode of transport is the train connection and a subsequent cross-country trip from the stop. Less experienced skiers and those interested in snowboarding lessons can take advantage of the offer of ski and school.
Ski resort Dolní Morava
The ski resort in Dolní Morava offers beautiful natural experiences, the Morava River flows through Dolní Morava directly through the village just after it leaves the slopes of Králický Sněžník. The ski area provides you with several slopes and a 400-meter snow tubing track. And there is a 2 km long toboggan run. The downhill runs are artificially snowed if necessary. You can park your car in the free car park below the complex. Of course, there is a wide range of accommodation and refreshments. The Dolní Morava complex also offers many other activities.
Cross-country trails around Kralický Sněžník
The mountain area of Králický Sněžník offers its visitors the possibility of cross-country skiing in winter. The main cross-country ski resorts are the Buková hora - Suchý vrch, Jeřáb and Králický Sněžník resorts. In the whole area, about 60 km of marked tracks for classics and skating are mechanically modified. Under favourable climatic conditions, it is possible to use another approximately 30 km of unmarked routes. Cross-country ski trails will take you through the beauties of picturesque nature, reveal unexpected views of the countryside and discover some otherwise inaccessible natural nooks.