If you like long, fast, flow trails, you must visit Klínovec in the Czech Republic. I was especially delighted with the eight-kilometer Rubin trail. However, there are also plenty of attractions for lovers of natural trails.
TrailPark Plešivec is a Czech bike park located near the German border, where riders who like steep, natural trails will have the best fun. However, enthusiasts of easy flow trails and rock gardens will also find something for themselves there.
Bike Park Kopřivná is a spot located near the border with Poland, where there are 5 trails of varying difficulty and character. Well worth a visit if you like a varied ride.
I haven’t climbed on something like this yet! The rocks in Nové Město nad Metují, although not very diverse, are also different from Jura, Sokoliki and any other climbing area I have seen. In addition, the pleasant location by the river and the lack of crowds make this area a very nice change from other climbing regions.
Bike Park in Dolni Morava in the Czech Republic is one of those places where you can have a great fun on a hardtail MTB bike. Several kilometers of routes, big berms and lots of tabletops. I liked it!
Just 12 km from the border with Poland, you can have fun on the via ferrata, and during a 4-day trip, you can make a dozen or so of them. In the Czech Republic and Germany, near Lower Silesia, there are via ferratas of all levels of difficulty. They are often single, short ferratas, but anyway they offer great fun :)
Recently, I had the pleasure of taking a great 4-day trip from Jelenia Góra in Poland to Zgorzelec (Görlitz), through the Bohemian Switzerland National Park. We rode with my friend 330 km and walked 23 km, enjoying beautiful views of interesting rock formations, pleasant bicycle trails and several great descents :)