Friday, 7 February 2014

Krkonoše National Park Czech Republic



Krkonose National Park is unique mosaic ecosystems of Czech Republic consider most valuable natural area in central Europe. Due to its uniqueness the area is declared National Park in 1963. Visitor come this wonderful place to explore high mountain slopes, flat ridges, alpine meadows with colorful wildflowers and mysterious moorlands, all presided over by the “Czech Matterhorn”. This would be an amazing and terrific tour to an unspoiled landscaped with full of distant views, steep climbs, and accurate marked hiking trails of all difficult levels. Therefore; you can found a Museum here. The importance of the local landscape led to the Krkonose being included on the UNESCO list of biosphere reserves. The Krkonose National Park management headquarters are located in the town of Vrchlabí, often called the Gateway to Krkonoše. 

The majestic beauty of Krkonose National Park is most valuable sites, probably along the marked trail of Obří důl to Sněžka. This route is so demanding because of wonderful vistas of the expansive alpine landscape definitely make the effort worthwhile. This will offer the impressive view into the depths of the Obří důl Valley before climbing the highest Czech mountain, from where you can see almost half of Bohemia. The most interesting experience for you is the unique sights of the Krkonoše Mountains? Then you must go to Studniční Mountain, on whose southern slope you will find the so-called Map of the Republic. 

The middle of this area is consists of green meadows and dwarf pine forests lies a field of snow. As the snow in the valley melts, its shape slowly changes into a map of the Czech Republic. Moreover; sometimes it is happens in the Krkonose that a 5m snowbank never completely melts, so you must take warm clothing when visiting this place. It is considered one of the harshest climate conditions in Europe. Apart from main tourist destinations, you must plan to Rychory natural unspoiled trail, called Red Mountain and Devil’s Valley, due its natural beauty & fantastic view. Even you can go the Elbe River through a famous hiking route leading to the Labský důl Valley. Along the way you will see spectacular views of the Pančavský Waterfall, the highest falls in the Czech Republic. Its waters plummet into the valley from a height of up to 250 meters. It is an impressive theatrical show which few would expect to see in Central Europe. 

The beautiful nature and clean air and active movement will feel as if they’re really in Paradise of Krkonose Mountains. Here you can find unlimited climbs and crossings, and you just select one starting point, such as Špindlerův Mlýn, which is possibly the most renowned Czech winter resort and in summer serves as a great entry point for exploring the Krkonoše National Park. Source: Charismatic Planet