Ore mountains

Ore mountains
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Ore Mountains form a continuous 130km long mountain
range. The ridge of Ore Mountains formers natural border
between Bohemia and Germany. The highest peak of
Ore Mountains is Klinovec (1244m a.s.l.)

Tourist sights
Mountain Klínovec
Boží Dar
Rocks Svatošské skály
Ostrov nad Ohří
Dlouhá Louka
Carlsbad - Karlovy Vary
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Map of the area
Slovakian mountains and highlands

On German side Ore Mountains slowly fall into lowland and on the Czech side they decline much steeper. Difference of heights and foot platforms of Ore Mountains is 700m. Intense volcanic activity in the past brought to Ore Mountains rich in metallic ores and medical sources, which gave rise to spa areas. For those who love winter sports Ore Mountains bring great conditions for winter activities. Center of winter recreation of Ore Mountains are for example Klinovec, Bozi Dar, Jachymov, Kovarska, Kraslice, Pernink, Abertamy, Cinovec, Telnice, and many others. Ore Mountains offer many opportunities for summer recreation, hiking, or cycling tours.

  Ore Mountains North
Guide of the area
  Ore Mountains West
Guide of the area
  Accommodation Ore Mountains
Catalogue of accommodation

Czech mountains
Ore mountains, Jizera mountains and Ještěd ridge, Giant mountains, Jeseníky mountains, Rychleby mountains, Králický Sněžník, Šumava mountains and Czech Forest, Lusatian mountains and Czech Switzerland, Eagle mountains and Region Broumov, Beskydy, Javorníky Mountains, White Carpathians, Bohemian Paradise, Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, Žďár Peaks, Iron Mountains, Slavkov Forest, Palava hills, Moravian Karst, Thayatal, Czech Middle Mountains, Ralsko Upland and Region of Kokorin
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