Month: December 2019

  • 76 – The Haunted hike

    Why not spend a pleasant weekend in Karlový Vary with your dog? Many hotels are happy to accommodate our four-legged friends for a fee and there is an abundance of great walking trails in the vicinity where your dog can tire himself thoroughly before calmly parading through this beautiful town, by your side. One such…

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  • 75 – Beechwood Treasure

    The Jizera mountain Beechwoods constitute the largest Beechwood forest in Bohemia. The climate is harsh and humid with high precipitation levels and hiking in the area is arduous. However your efforts are always rewarded; the scenery is beautiful! This hike of medium difficulty leads you through a forest where three quarters of the Beech trees…

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  • 74 – Frýdlantské címbuří

    A more challenging 11 K hike within a two hour drive from Prague, with wonderful view points and varied paths and vegetation. Difficulty : difficult Distance : 11 Km Starting point : Bílý potok, Hejnice. Tips: For welcoming, dog-friendly accommodation and restaurant, we recommend Klášter františkánu, the former Franciscan monastery. Detailed description : From the…

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  • 73 – The Good Soldier

    This dog walks trail, situated 1h30 from Prague, circles and passes through Lipnice nad Sázavou where Jaroslav Hašek wrote his most famous work The Fate of the Good Soldier Švejk during the World War. Hašek died and was buried here, when he was just 39 years old, before finishing the novel. k Distance: 7 Km…

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  • 72 – Stroll with a view

    An easy 4,5Km dog walk on a fairly flat forest ridge above Jarovské údolí which leads you to several panoramas of the meandering Vltava. Follow yellow trail until Ohrobská then go left on the red until the junction with the educational trail. Follow the educational boards going right, all the way to the viewpoints over…

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  • 71- Meadow Jukebox

    A very pleasant and easy 9 Km hike through meadows, beautiful forest and along a deserted minor road! Not only can you pick wild raspberries in summer but you can lie back in a lush meadow after selecting a tune on Krištof Kintera’s Public Jukebox and experience an unprecedented moment as Bowie’s voice blasts “can…

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  • 70 – The Kocába

    This pleasant and varied 11 Km trail borders the fast flowing Kocába then climbs abruptly into the forest. It then dips to cut through vast prairies and doubles back at a small but gushing waterfall, Lečický Vodopád to take you back to your starting point without the inconvenience of following the road through the village.…

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  • 69 – Oldřich Oak Trail

    A beautiful forest walk which is perfect for your dog, in summer. Forest fruits can be picked on the way: blueberries galore in July, followed by wild raspberries in August and brambles in September. Difficulty: easy to moderate Distance: 13.2 Km Starting point: This trail starts at Oldřich’s Oak tree, a 30m tall tree which…

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  • 68 – Trail of the Huntress

    This 18.5 Km trail climbs through forests and fields, cuts through several villages then leads to a lookout tower, before dipping, to return to the starting point. Distance: 18.5 Km Difficulty: easy to moderate Time: 4h30 Detailed description: From the starting point, follow red trail markers towards the country cottages then climb into the forest.…

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  • 67 – The flat walk

    This hike, predominantly through open fields, is flat and easy and suitable for mountain bikes. It passes a pleasant observation platform which is a great picnic spot. After the walk, you can admire the facade of Nelahozeves chateau and have refreshments overlooking the Vltava. Caution: In rainy weather, certain paths through the fields can be…

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