Tag: doghiking

  • 85 – Follow the stream

    Here is our New Year’s Day 2024 walk. A pleasant 5 Km walk in all seasons but especially wonderful in summer when you are in quest of a shaded forest with a beautiful stream to keep your dog cool. Distance: 5 Km     Difficulty: easy In the carpark, locate the picnic table and follow the path…

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  • 84 – Saxony Getaway

    Dogwalksprague has prepared a full itinerary for you and your dog to enjoy a getaway in Upper Lusatia, Saxony, Germany, just 2 hours drive from Prague. All you need to do is read, pack, and get up and go! In approximately two hours drive from Prague, you can reach Olbersdorfer See, a huge lake, near…

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  • 83 – Fairytale Forest

    Distance: 4.7 Km        Difficulty: easy (one steep climb at the end). Starting point: see circuit map below. Maxipes Fík and his little mistress, Ája open the way (point 2 on the map), an apt welcome indeed for a dog with its owner. As you climb the path, you shall embark upon a…

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  • 82 – Fialka’s Trail

    Fialka’s Trail is a short, pleasant varied trail in Roblín, close to Prague but first of all, who is Fialka? Fialka is a female Weimaraner. She is a powerful and energetic hunting dog and when one has seen her emerge from the forest, especially on a misty morning, her stealthy movements, along with her sleek,…

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  • 81 – Memorials

    In school I had to learn by heart “Dulce et decorum est” by Wilfred Owen. I remember the whole poem to this day. The image of the civilian-cum-soldier floundering in the mud, terrified, shell-shocked, struggling to get his gas mask on in time is forever etched in my memory. No wonder! The teacher was hell-bent…

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  • 80 – Veronika’s Trail

    Scroll down for English and French version. 🇺🇦Є ранок четверга березня місяця. Вероніка повинна бути в школі. Сидіти там зі своїми 12-річними друзями і турбуватися лише тем, чи будуть вони їсти на обід вареники з м’ясом, або картоплею та сиром. Але її немає в школі. І це далеко не все… Бо її школа знаходиться в…

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  • 79 – Peaceful Places 2

    A short easy walk where one can just stop and meditate on the outstanding beauty of our world and appreciate everything we take for granted. Walk round lake Seč, across the imposing dam then climb into the forest to the ruins of castle Oheb for a magnificent view of the lake. Next, stroll down into…

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  • 78 – Peaceful Places 1

    Just under 2 hours drive North East of Prague, near Nový Bor, lies a beautiful town Sloup v Čechách. In just one afternoon, you will be able to walk almost all of the hiking paths and see almost everything there is to see but if you want to combine with other hikes in the vicinity,…

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  • 77 – Brdy Bunkers

    For fit dogs who are used to long trecks with their humans! Enjoy an 18K hike amidst the pine forests and wild heather of Brdy, and take a look at various disused military bunkers en route. During the post-war period, after the establishment of an independent Czechoslovakia, the Brdy area, once popular among hikers and…

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  • 85 – Follow the stream
    85 – Follow the stream

    Here is our New Year’s Day 2024 walk. A pleasant 5 Km walk in all seasons but especially wonderful in summer when you are in quest of a shaded forest with a beautiful stream to keep your dog cool. Distance: 5 Km     Difficulty: easy In the carpark, locate the picnic table and follow the path…

  • 84 – Saxony Getaway
    84 – Saxony Getaway

    Dogwalksprague has prepared a full itinerary for you and your dog to enjoy a getaway in Upper Lusatia, Saxony, Germany, just 2 hours drive from Prague. All you need to do is read, pack, and get up and go! In approximately two hours drive from Prague, you can reach Olbersdorfer See, a huge lake, near…

  • 83 – Fairytale Forest
    83 – Fairytale Forest

    Distance: 4.7 Km        Difficulty: easy (one steep climb at the end). Starting point: see circuit map below. Maxipes Fík and his little mistress, Ája open the way (point 2 on the map), an apt welcome indeed for a dog with its owner. As you climb the path, you shall embark upon a…