Walking tourism

Come with us to explore Rokytnice nad Jizerou in a different way than by skiing, and you will see that even in other seasons it is as beautiful as in winter!

Spring, summer and autumn in Rokytnice nad Jizerou are ideal periods for walking not only to the tops of our mountains, but also for trips to the near surrounding. Choose one of the trails, for example to the Dvoračky chalet, to the Labe spring, to the hut Vrbatova bouda, to the hut Vosecká bouda, to the Memorial of Hanč and Vrbata, or to Harrachov or even to Poland. The GIANT-MOUNTAINS CYCLE BUSES, which go from June to September, will definitely be of big help.

It depends only on your mood, desire, and abilities; there is definitely enough to choose from. You will be rewarded by beautiful untouched countryside, magnificent flora, clean air, views of distant surrounding, romantic and calm moments with your family or friends.


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From the bus stop at the square in Rokytnice, we set out uphill following the yellow trail. Here, we turn right following the red trail and following the signposts, we climb to the hill Stráž, which is called Strážník. There is a lookout here and a nice view of Rokytnice nad Jizerou, Lysá hora, and Kotel. Then, we can return following the red trail that will lead us to the so-called Sachr's hill, where we turn left and go down the hill along ski lifts to the Upper Square of Rokytnice nad Jizerou.


From the hotel Blue Star, we set out following the blue trail to the Huťský waterfall, and then we continue with a slightly more difficult climb to Dvoračky (open all year long). By following the green trail we will get to the crossing Ručičky, where we can refresh ourselves. Further, on, we continue following the blue trail as far as the centre Studenov, where we bend down the hill following the yellow trail to the Krásná vyhlídka (Beautiful lookout). The green trail will lead us back to Rokytnice nad Jizerou.


From the hotel Blue Star, we set out on the contour line following the blue trail via the so-called winter side, and at the crossing, we turn left and join the yellow trail, which will lead us through the Františkov settlement as far as Háskov to a popular and sought-after restaurant and Boarding house U Hásků We continue following the yellow trail and we get to the crossing to Vrata. From here, we ho down the road as far as below the Družba chalet, where we turn left and following the red trail, we go to the next crossing. From here, the yellow trail will lead us back to the square in Rokytnice.


From the Rokytnice square – by the hotel Krakonoš – we set out following the green trail and go uphill all the way to Krásná vyhlídka, where we can have a rest. At the crossing, we turn left and continue further following the green trail. This walk through beautiful countryside will lead us all the way to Harrachov. Back to Rokytnice we will set out following the green trail and along the Krakonoš's path, we will get to Ručičky. From here, we will return downhill following the yellow trail back to Rokytnice nad Jizerou.


The starting point is a chapel above the square. From here, we set out uphill to the wood, where we follow the signposts and turn right in direction of Staropacké boudy (huts of Stará Paka). Further on, we continue to the crossing Ručičky, from here to Zadní plech, via Krakonošova snídaně (Krakonoš's breakfast) to the chalet Vosecká bouda. Then, we continue following the signposts to the Labe spring (1386 m a.s.l.), to the chalet Vrbatova bouda, and following the red trail to Horní Mísečky. Then following the green trail via Kotelní jámy to Dvoračky (open all year long). Now, we go down the hill to the valley following the yellow trail via the so-called "Romance" to the chalet Švadlenka (under reconstruction after a fire) and on the contour line to another chalet Lovčenka, where we can refresh ourselves. Then we climb down to the valley to the Upper Square in Rokytnice nad Jizerou.


From the Rokytnice square we set out to the hotel Sporthotel Bohemia, where we turn left and on the contour line, we thread through to the next crossing. Here, we go straight and down the hill passing an Old people's home to Paseky nad Jizerou. Here, we cross over the bridge and join the green trail, which will lead us to the chalet Perlíček, colloquially referred to as Prdek. Then, we continue along the yellow trail to the Štěpánka observation tower (959 m a.s.l.). Following the green trail, we return to the valley to Mýto and continue following the blue trail via Planýrka back to Paseky and backtrack to Rokytnice nad Jizerou.


The easiest way to get to the highest peak of the Giant Mountains is between June and September by a tourist CYCLE BUS No. 1 to Pec pod Sněžkou. A cableway will then bring us up to Sněžka (1602 m a.s.l.) in less than 30 minutes. Then, we continue along the national border with Poland following the red trail to Violík, further to the Labe spring and via Růženčina zahrada (Růženka's garden) to the mountain chalet Dvoračky (open all year long). In favourable weather, there is a beautiful view of Rokytnice from here. To return back, we only need to follow any of the trails leading to Rokytnice nad Jizerou.


Paseky nad Jizerou - a mountain village spread over the hillsides of the Příchovický mountain ridge with beautiful timbered mountain cottages. In the building of the vicarage, there is a museum, in which samples of loom weaving, flax processing and wood lathe-turning are gathered. A part of exposition dedicated to the art of local violinmakers, above all of a teaching assistant and writer V. Metelka (1807-1867), is very interesting.

Beautiful mountain cottages of the Giant-Mountain type with typical decoration of gables were preserved. Another important building is a Baroque church of St. Wenceslas from the end of the 18th century. In the former vicarage, it is possible to visit a museum – Memorial of Forgotten Patriots with expositions remembering local famous violinmaker Věnceslav Metelka with demonstrations of typical folk crafts.