The Orea Resort Horal at Špindlerův is an ideal base for walking and cycling in the summertime, or cross-country and downhill skiing in the wintertime. We are pleased to offer a wealth of sports activities on site. A children’s playroom/crèche is available in the hotel, and during the summer time an outdoor playground is available. In addition, many places of interest can be found in the vicinity - we are happy to provide you with some top tips on how to spend your leisure time in Krkonoše (the Giant Mountains).
An appealing climbing wall is located on the wall of the hotel. In the summer months it is open daily from 9.00am to 8.00pm for a fee of 100 CZK per hour.
Tennis hall and court
The tennis hall at the hotel is open daily from 9.00am to 8.00pm. Rackets and balls are available at the sports Centre for the additional charge 50 CZK. The fee for the tennis hall is 250 CZK per hour during the period from May to October, then 300 CZK per hour during the period from November to April. Places need to be reserved in advance in order to use the sports centre.
Multi-purpose game field
On our well-maintained multipurpose game field you can play basketball, volleyball, football and basketball. Balls are available for rental at the sports Centre. The fee for the course is 100 CZK per hour and the balls are rented at 20 CZK per hour.
Mountain bike rental at the hotel is available every day during the summer season. Bicycles can be rented for the day for 290 CZK. Children's bikes are also available for a fee of 150 CZK per day.
Sports equipment hire
In addition to mountain bike rentals other sports equipment is available to hire from the hotel, daily from 9.00am to 8.00pm. We hire for example balls for ball games, tennis rackets (prices are according to the current pricelist).
The table tennis table is located at the Fitness section of our wellness centre. Paddles and balls are free to borrow at the wellness reception. Table tennis is open daily from 7.00am to 10:00pm. The rental fee is 100 CZK per hour.
Places must be reserved at reception.
A bowling alley is located on the hotel floor 2C and is equipped with 2 lanes. The bowling alley is open daily from 9.00am to 8.00pm. The price for renting the lanes is 250 CZK per hour
Billiard games room
The billiard games room is located on the ground floor. Cues and balls are provided at the reception desk for a refundable deposit of 500 CZK. The games room is open daily non-stop. The table rental fee is 3 CZK per 1 minute playing.
Within the vicinity of the hotel and the multipurpose games field is the ever-popular mini-golf with refreshing drinks and ice cream available on the adjoining terrace. In summer, the mini-golf is open from 9.00am to 8.00pm. The fee is 50 CZK per hour.
Sněžka is the highest mountain on the Silesian border as well as the whole of Bohemia (1603 m).
The so-called ‘Elbe spring’ centred with a concrete ring, lies at an altitude of 1386 meters.
A symbolic monument to the victims of the mountains was established in a former small chapel 1957 in the lowland (1510 m) in Luční sedlo (also Modré sedlo), between the Luční and Studniční mountains.
The dam was built between 1910 - 1914.
The largest chalet in Krkonoše (the Giant Mountains) on Bílá louka (White meadow) is situated at the edge of Úpské rašeliny (Úpa peat bog) (1400 m).
A massive valley of glacial origin stands between the foot of Sněžka and Pec pod Sněžkou.
Divoké údolí (the Wild Valley - 800-1420 meters) was formed by the erosion of glacial origin, which was 6.5 km long.
The Memorial over Vrbata chalet on Zlaté návrší (Gold Hill).
Kotelní jámy (Kettle Pits)
This is a protected area (101 hectares) formed by the glacial cirques ''Velké a Malé Kotelní jámy'' (Big and small kettle pits), separated by the rocky ''Liščí hřebínek'' (Fox's ridge. The Big Boiler Pit is recessed in granite and the small pits are recessed in mica schist crystalline metamorphic rock. The pits were mined for copper ore. The area contains varied mountain flora. There are slopes prone to avalanches, and is therefore in winter the trail is impassable.
Sněžné jámy (Sněžné pits)
It is the most mighty kar in Krkonoše (the Giant Mountains), just across the border on Polish territory (1480 m) on the border ridge, about 500 meters from the top of Vysoké kolo. The massive kar originated from deep glacier erosion, and frost weathering on the rock walls. The kar consists of two parts -Malé a Velké Sněžné jámy (Small and Big Snow Pits) separated by a rocky spur. The perpendicular granite walls are about 200 m high and at the bottom are glacial lakes called 'Kochelské rybníčky ('Kochelské ponds)'. The entire territory of the Snow Pits is a nature reserve.
Labský vodopád (The Elbe waterfall)
The Elbe waterfall falls from The Elbe chalet to the Elbe gorge into the Elbe Valley. It is 50 m high and the rocks fall a further 250 m to the bottom of the mine. In the past, it was a mighty waterfall and thanks to J. Šíra the owner of The Elbe chalets who built a small reservoir this now allows groups of tourists to see the waterfall. Today, the waterfall has a more cascading nature.
This is the highest waterfall in the country. It is 250 m high, divided by several levels. In the Pančavská pit is the Schustler garden (which is inaccessible), which grows 150 kinds of vascular plants. The garden is named after the Czech scientist Professor. F. Schustler, who designed the Krkonoše National Park in Prague in 1923.
Malý rybník (Maly Staw – Little Pond)
The mountain lake (1183 m), is also called 'Malý stav' or 'Malý rybník' ('Little state' or 'Little Pond') on the Polish side of the Giant Mountains under the Czech-Polish friendship pathway.. The lake was created by the movement of an iceberg, it is 241 m long and 166 m wide, the depth is 7 m. The lake holds water up to 60 m high due to a moraine granite dam edge. The river flows out of the lake Velká Lomnice (Big Lomnice),. At the east of the lake an avalanche fell on 20th of March 1968 which killed 19 people.
Velký rybník (Wielky Staw – Big Pond)
It is a glacial lake (1225 m), which has a depth of up to 25 meters, and its size is 6.5 hectares. The Žulová lake wall is 180 m high. At the bottom of the lake at a depth of 2-5 m a rare aquatic fern called quillwort grows. It is inaccessible from the Czech-Polish friendship pathway.