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Where is Kraličák - Hynčice pod Sušinou - Stříbrnice?

The Czech ski resort Kraličák - Hynčice pod Sušinou - Stříbrnice is located close to the town of Staré Město pod Sněžníkem (German: Mährisch Altstadt) in the Šumperk district of the Olomoucký region. Staré Město lies at 538m, while the actual ski resort ranges from 630m to 870 m in elevation. Staré Město is home to 1,740 people and covers an area of 86.3 km². The town sits at the river Krupá and is surrounded by the Śnieżnik Mountains, the Góry Bialskie and Hrubý Jeseník Mountains.

How is the weather in Kraličák?

Kraličák ski resort enjoys a temperate climate with warm rainy summers and cold snowy winters. The region’s ski resorts are known for their reliable snow conditions. Mean annual temperature in Staré Město is 6.6° C. Check out our live webcam for the current weather forecast for today, tomorrow or the weekend and get informed about the snow conditions.

what do the ski areas in Czech Republic offer?

Kraličák ski resort includes several small resorts such as Hynčice pod Sušinou and Stříbrnice, featuring a total of eight kilometres of piste, ten lifts, two magic carpet and one baby-lift. Skiareálu Kunčice ski resort on the other side of the valley boasts five kilomtres of perfectly groomed trails. The region’s ski bars, and on-mountain huts serve delicious local food and drinks. X-country skiers love the 20km X-country trail above Skiareálu Kunčice top station at an elevation of 1,350m. There are more small ski resorts close to Staré Město pod Sněžníkem, such as Kaste Petříkov. Our live web cam at Kraličák top station provides a stunning view of the landscape as well as up-to-date weather information. Now it’s time to put on your skis!

Things to do at Glatzer Schneegebirge in summer?

In the summer Śnieżnik Mountains become a hiking and mountain biking paradise. The entire region of Olomoucký Kraj, famous for its soft mountain landscapes, is the ideal place nature lovers and for those seeking quiet. The area is an insider’s tip among tourists from Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. Hotels and apartments in the Šumperk district are mostly family-run with traditional flair. If you long for a more urban lifestyle, visit the Czech capital of Prague, which is about a three-hour’s drive away.