One of the longest pistes (3 km) and the only 8-seat gondola in the Czech Republic, an adrenaline-inducing toboggan run, and dozens kilometres of cross-country trails. All of this can be found at the largest Czech ski resort with 50 km of slopes. Černá hora Ski Resort in the Krkonoše Mountains connects 6 ski areas, with a ski bus running between them. All this with one ski pass!

Move around!

The Černá hora Ski Resort connects the ski areas in Černá hora (meaning Black Mountain) , Pec pod Sněžkou, Černý Důl, Malá Úpa, Velká Úpa a Svoboda nad Úpou. You can comfortably shuttle among the individual areas by ski bus. You can also use the unique ski connection between the two largest ski resorts of Černá hora and Pec pod Sněžkou on skis and with the help of SkiTour snowcat.

Down to the valley on skis or a toboggan

If you want to experience something really fun, try the 3.5-kilometre toboggan run with a climb of 560 metres in the Černá hora area! Of course, the resort offers ski schools, night skiing, rentals, services, plenty of après-ski bars, and cosy restaurants.

Buy your ski pass at home

You need just one ski pass to have an access to all the 50 kilometres of slopes. You can buy it on-line↗ and pick it up at any of the 9 sKiosk vending machines.

Where else to go?

How to warm up nicely after a pleasant day on the slopes? The Černá hora Ski Resort is connected with the spa town of Janské Lázně. This was the first place in Europe to begin treating cerebral palsy. Relax in the local thermal pool, stroll through the town centre with its beautiful colonnade, or set off from here on cross-country skis to the source of the Elbe or to the highest mountain in the Czech Republic, Sněžka.

Address

MEGA PLUS s.r.o.
Černohorská 265
542 25 Janské Lázně