Webcam Ski Klínovec
Take a webcam look at the current weather and snow conditions in the Klínovec Ski Resort. Webcam from the ski resort Klínovec with a view of the slopes.
Klínovec is the highest peak of the Ore Mountains with 1244m. Klínovec is located near Boží Dar. The lookout tower and the hotel, which are at the top, are the oldest and highest buildings in the Ore Mountains. The cable cars from the Klínovec ski area, which is the largest ski area in the Ore Mountains, lead to the top. With good visibility, it is possible to see Sněžka, Šumava Maple, Říp or Prague's Petřín from the top.
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The Ústí nad Labem region is extremely rich in natural beauty and is worth a visit. During your holiday you can visit the Ore Mountains, the Lusatian Mountains, the Bohemian Central Mountains, the Tisza Walls and tourists frequently visited Bohemian Switzerland with the well-known Pravčická Gate. In Bohemian Switzerland, there is also the lowest place in the region and in the whole Czech Republic, and that is the level of the river Elbe near Hřensko. In the Ústí nad Labem region there is also the windiest mountain in Bohemia - Milešovka (837 m) and mountain Říp, on which, according to legend, the legendary ancestor of Bohemia climbed.
The Ore Mountains form a continuous mountain range measuring over 130 km and are very rich in the occurrence of metal ores and healing springs. The ridge of the Ore Mountains is a natural border between the Czech Republic and Germany. For tourists, they offer many natural beauties, interesting summer and winter tourist destinations and monuments. The highest mountain is Klínovec 1244 m above sea level. A well-known mountain settlement in the Ore Mountains is Cínovec, which originated on the ridge plain and is currently an important center of summer and winter recreation.
In the Ústí nad Labem Region, three places seek to be registered in UNESCO: the Fortress City of Terezín, the Mining Cultural Landscape of the Ore Mountains and the Monuments of Hop Growing and Processing and Beer Production in Žatec.
Děčín is undoubtedly one of the most visited tourist cities. Its biggest attraction and attraction for visitors is the castle located on a rock on the right bank of the Elbe, above the confluence of the Elbe and Ploučnice. It is one of the oldest castles in Bohemia. Other attractions of the town of Děčín are the old historic Děčín bridges from the 15th and 16th centuries. Families with children will certainly visit the Děčín ZOO here.
Another visited town in the Ústí nad Labem region is Teplice. This city boasts many interesting sights. The local castle was built in the 16th century on the remains of an older Romanesque monastery. There are also many spa buildings: the Beethoven Sanatorium Complex, the New Spa, the Military Spa, the Orchard Spa ale However, many of them no longer serve their purpose.
The historic center of Chomutov has been declared a city monument zone. The core of the city has preserved its medieval layout. The original street network is still preserved. The most valuable historical monument of Chomutov is the Church of St. Catherine, which is one of the oldest early Gothic churches in Europe.
Other important places and monuments of the Ústí Region include, for example, Hazmburk Castle, Helfenburk near Úštěk and the ruins of Kostomlaty. One of the best-preserved castle ruins in our country rises on a rock about 100 m high above the right bank of the Elbe and is Střekov Castle. A frequent tourist destination is the Libochovice chateau and the Jezeří chateau, which were saved despite lignite mining.
In the Bohemian Switzerland National Park is not only the most visited natural monument - the Pravčická Gate, but also the Dolský mlýn. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Jetřichovská Bělá and Kamenice.