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Olomouc - Olmütz- Králičák, Ramzová
The Czech town of Staré Město, also Staré Město pod Sněžníkem (German: Deutsch Mährisch Altstadt, former name: Goldeck), forms part of the Okres Šumperk district and lies at 538m above sea level. Staré Město is home to 1,739 people and covers an area of 8630 hectare. The town is situated in the Olomoucký Kraj region in the northwest of Moravia, surrounded by Śnieżnik Mountains, Bielen Mountains and Hrubý Jeseník Mountains. Králický Sněžník is only 12 km from the town.
The climate in Staré Město is temperate, but comparatively cold with a yearly average temperature of 6.6C°. Precipitation is high, even during the driest months of the year, and make sure there is always enough snow in the winter. Check out our live webcam for the current weather forecast for today, tomorrow or the weekend.
Skiareálu Kunčice ski resort features 10 groomed ski trails and a beginner’s T-bar. Kulaťák Skibar right at the mountain station serves traditional food. X-country skiers will enjoy the 20km cross-country skiing trail at 1,350 m above sea level. There are several smaller ski resorts in the neighbourhood of Staré Město pod Sněžníkem, such as Kaste Petříkov.
Olomoucký Krajn region boasts several bicycling, e-biking and mountain biking routes as well as hiking and climbing trails. Enjoy the beautiful view of the soft mountain scenery from Kladské Sedlo. This 817 m pass connects the Czech Republic and Poland. The town features numerous museums such as the Great Moravia Museum and the Bonsai Museum. Šrotík look-out offers a fantastic view of the town. The Czech capital Prague is about a three-hour drive from Staré Město.