Tips for trips > The Giant Mountains (Krkonose)

The Giant Mountains (Krkonose) are the highest mountains in Czech Republic, with the highest peak Snezka, which is 1602 m high. The highest Czech mountains give excluding conditions for having rest in both summer and winter mounths. They are not only ideal for the lovers of winter sports, but also for those, who like to spend their holidays active resting and mountain touristing. Giant Mountains National park is extraordinary phenomenon in central Europe, with it"s various fauna and flora.

Area: 631 km2 (Czech side 454 km2, Polish side 177 km2)
High span: 400 – 1602 m .

The highest peak: Sněžka (1602 m high)

Climate: damp, very changeable, average temperature +6 °C – 0 °C, 800 – 1600 mm rainfall per year, 150 – 300 cm snowfall, on mountain combs is snow up to 180 days in year.

Main rivers: Labe, Bílé Labe, Úpa, Jizerka, Jizera, Mumlava

The most famo ust waterfalls: Labský, Pančavský, Mumlavský, Úpský, waterfall Pudlavy

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