Northeast of Prague and northwest of Mlade Buky, the Cerna Hora ski area has 14 pistes totaling 13km accessed by 6 main lifts with a maximum descent of 700m. Situated above the village of Janske Lazne, there are mainly intermediate level pistes. The best snowboarding at Cerna Hora ski area is normally during the months of January and February.
The Cerna Hora Resort is interconnected by train and ski bus to four other smaller ski areas including Cerny Dul, Velka Upa, Pec Zahradky and Javori Dul. The main terrain park is located at Javori Dul, which has an easy Funpark and a difficult Snowpark.
• Shared pass with nearby ski areas.
• Interconnect by bus with other areas.
• Good intermediate pistes..
• Small ski area.
• No difficult pistes.
• Remote location..
To reach Janske Lazne by public transport, there is a direct bus from Prague at least once a day that takes about 2.5 hours. In addition, there are shorter distance trains from nearby cities.
Overall, Cerna Hora Ski Resort is the 2nd most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 3 snowboarding resorts in Czech Republic.
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