|Suburban traffic|| 100 || m ||Airport|| 140 || km |
Winter sports; In the mountains; Among nature
The nearest ski slope is just 100 meters from the house. At a distance of 500 meters there is another one with ski lifts. Furthermore, there are three important ski resorts situated not too far away: Neklid (5 km), Bozí Dar (7 km) and Klinovec (8 km) (It is even possible to go from Jáchymov to the ski center of Klinovec by chair lift). Each one of these are top resorts with a high level of facilities: parking lots, ski and snowboard rentals, ski schools and buffets. There are mostly light and simple downhill runs, but “black runs” are not missing either. The length of the slopes vary, from 300 to 900 meters. Snowboarding, snow tubing, evening skiing – you will find it all here. Prices: a 6-day ski pass for an adult costs 62 euros, for children under the age of 10 it is 38 euros (prices 2004/2005). Fans of cross-country skiing can enjoy a biathlon track located 3 km away or one of the numerous signposted routes in the immediate vicinity. In the spring and autumn: hike or cycle along the signposted routes and enjoy the wonderful nature. There is a multitude of sports opportunities in the neighborhood: miniature golf, tennis, fitness programs in the resort buildings of Jáchymov, swimming in the swimming pool complex of Ostrov nad Ohří (10 km) or thermal spa centers of Karlovy Vary (20 km). Experience the special atmosphere of resort towns like Teplice, Klásterec nad Ohří (29 km) and Karlovy Vary (20 km). In this film and music town you can enjoy the 19th century architecture as you stroll through the colonnades or do a bit of shopping. For a bit of culture or history you are at the right place in Klásterec nad Ohří (a 19th century castle and a porcelain museum), Kadaň (36 km, with a beautiful town hall, baroque Holy Trinity pillar, ruins of ancient walls and a former executioner’s house) or Ostrov (10 km, a renaissance-baroque castle). And don’t forget that the former silver town of Jáchymov (Joachimsthal) with its Royal Mint which has given its name to the word "dollar"!