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Winter sports; In the mountains; Among nature
Horni Mala Upa is one of the few traditional villages in the Giant Mountains which has been preserved in its original state. Typical mountain chalets, fresh meadows and pastures, rich woods, fresh mountain air and crystal clear waters attract visitors of all ages who are looking for a quiet holiday in the beautiful natural surroundings of Mala Upa. Mala Upa is located a stone's throw from the highest point in the Czech Republic - Sněžka.
The location of Mala Upa, on a ridge of the Giant Mountains, offers plenty of opportunities for walks and interesting trips, mainly to Sněžka. Those who are not enchanted by the unspoilt nature of the Czech part of the Giant Mountains can head over to the undiscovered Polish side of the Giant Mountains. Horni Mala Upa is not only great for skiing, cross-country skiing and tobogganing, but there is also a cozy apres-ski. From Horni Mala Upa you can head out in all directions! Within walking distance of 500m is the first nearest cross-country ski track and a ski lift (Habrovka, U kostela ski park, Michaela lift). Pomezni Boudy ski bus- U kostela ski park - Spálený Mlýn - Pec pod Sněžkou (free), sledding for the children next to the house, and there are plenty of opportunities to rent skis and take ski lessons as well in the area. In Pomezni Boudy you can enjoy the sauna, swimming pool, solarium and massage. This area is not only known as a ski resort, but there are also plenty of opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, cycling, horseback riding, shopping, swimming, eating out and relaxing. Thanks to the height you can enjoy beautiful peak tours and enjoy the magnificent view of Sněžka. You can also take a special bus ('cyklobus') to Harachov to enjoy both the Czech and the Polish side of the Giant Mountains. A dense network of cycle paths will surprise you! Furthermore you will find plenty of restaurants and supermarkets.