On the second Sunday of Advent, the Krkonoše Trail turns into hell through the treetops

But Santa Claus will not be left behind either, who will be delighted with short poems or songs from the school or family repertoire. Nicholas’ sweet gift, however, will be taken by all children, whether they are among the more lively or golden like angels.

The Adventist-decorated 1,511-metre-long walkway has its own charm, and apart from flying demons in elaborate masks inspired by the Austrian style, there is always something to see. The views of the Krkonoše Mountains have their own charm, and as the weather forecast shows, there is high hope that there will be no shortage of snow.

You can then speed up your journey by riding a toboggan whose tube is one meter in diameter and 80 meters long. Originally the toboggan was intended for children, but it is widely used by all visitors, including seniors.

Adventists will open the castle and chateaux in Vysočina


All tracks are barrier-free, so they can be visited by persons with disabilities or families with children in strollers.

In case of bad weather, adults can try the wine or non-wine warmers for free. The trail opens to its visitors at 10am and the end of St. Patrick’s Day. Nicholas will take place at 4 p.m.

Christmas gingerbread: a recipe for traditional layers, immediately soft and egg white


Linnaeus sweets: traditional flour recipe, gluten free and spelled


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