What’s New

News from the Krkonossky National Park, facts of interest from the Krkonose, cultural events in the Podkrkonosi region, contests for valuable prizes, new regional products, operation of cable cars and ski lifts, or guided tours of historical monuments. This information, and more, is brought to you in What’s New on our website, krkonose.eu.

For the fourth year, the Krkonose National Park Administration is temporarily closing some roads or their sections from 15 March to 31 May in order to protect against disturbance to sensitive species of animals, following the declaration of eight rest areas and the related reservation of paths and routes in these areas. These sections will be clearly marked on the ground with a sign with the accompanying text 'No access for nature conservation reasons from 15 March to 31 May'.
After four years the world's top women's skiiers will return to Spindleruv Mlyn in January 2023! Don´t miss this unique opportunity to see and support world-class ski stars.
That the cucumber season comes with autumn in the Krkonose Mountains? We disagree! Local farmers, homesteaders and heartthrobs have prepared a number of wonderful news that will delight both natives and visitors. Be inspired and get to know the real Krkonose.
We are very sorry to all those who are going to use the Krkonoše cyclobus line No. 2 for a printing error in the timetables. The summary poster incorrectly states that the line runs during September also on weekdays, but it runs ONLY ON WEEKENDS.
Are you going on a trip or vacation to Krkonose Mountains? Have a look at what´s new and enrich your time here with new experiences. If you know Krkonose from the inside out, even if you are coming to us for the first time, let yourself be inspired by news and point of interest.
Pyrotechnics disturb wildlife, lifestock and pets, are a nuisance to the local inhabitants and visitors and they increase the concentration of heavy metals in the air.