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Dolní Morava (German: Niedermohrau) is a Czech municipality of the Ústí nad Orlicí district close to the town of Králíky located between Moravia and Bohemia. It is home to around 418 people. The village sits at foot of the Snieznik Mountains nestled between the Orlické Mountains and the Jeseník Mountains. Part of the village lies in lický Sněžník Nature Reserve, where the river Morava originates. The community also includes Horní Morava and Velká Morava.
Close to Velká Morava marble was quarried, the so-called Snow Mountain Marble.
Dolní Morava – Králický Sněžník ski resort sits at foot of the Snieznik Mountains at an elevation from 650m asl and 1,232m asl. The ski resort features seven lifts, eight ski trails and ten km of ski piste suitable for all levels of ability.
Après ski takes place at the toboggan run while the little once have fun at the kids’ park. X-country skiers love this region for its 50km of x-country trails with connections to the Jeseník trails. Starting point is the top station of the Sněžník cable car.
The webcam provides up-to-date info about the weather situation, including snow depth, piste condition and lots more.
The region of Dolní Morava is ideal for hikes, expeditions by bike, canoeing or fishing. Take the cable car and enjoy the scenery on one of the many hiking routes. Here you also find a paragliding launch site. While on holidays, the Cloud’s trail is a must-do. The 1,116m viewing platform is close to the cable car boasting an amazing panorama of the Snieznik Mountains, the Jeseník Mountains and the river Morava.
Another must-do is the Mammut roller coaster. A special sight is St. Aloisie Church.
Check out our webcam at Dolní Morava and learn more about the current weather situation. Dolní Morava enjoys a warm and temperate climate, May to June being the hottest and December to February the coldest months of the year.