Pod Smrkem is an area in The Czech Republic right next to the Polish border. The area is known for its 80 kilometres built singletracks, its natural forest paths and its beautiful viewpoints such as ”Smrkem”, which is the highest point of the area. The area is in general packed with long descents, rock gardens and lots of flow trails. Our tour is a combination of the best trails, so you’ll be riding on both the singletracks and the natural trails – and of course, enjoy the sights from the many viewpoints. Everyone can attend the tour – regardless of MTB experience and skills.
You’ll be accommodated on a hotel in Świeradów-Zdrój in Poland, but we’ll primarily be biking in The Czech Republic. Breakfast and dinner Thursday to Sunday are included.
We’ll meet at the hotel in Świeradów-Zdrój in Poland on Wednesday afternoon/evening - which makes 3 entire days of mountain biking before departure on Sunday morning after breakfast.
Our daily tours will typically start out on the natural trails, where we’ll be biking along the Czech/Polish border. During our 3 days, you’ll get to ride in the most part of the area.
The tours are ranging from 45 to 65 kilometres with 800-1200 vertical metres. There will be 2 tour guides on each tour, so all tour attendees gets a great experience.
Besides mountain biking, you’ll be treated with great food and good company.
To make it as easy as possible for you we’re also offering mountain bike rental. We’ve got an extensive range of mountain bikes from Ridley and Santa Cruz – right from aluminium hardtails to the newest carbon full suspension bikes.
We're giving a 15 % discount on bike rental when you're booking a package tour. Just book the tour and write us an e-mail or give us a call, and we'll make it happen.
Each and every activity with MTB Travels is at your own risk. You will have to sign a disclaimer before departure on the first day. MTB Travels cannot be held responsible for accidents and/or injuries. We strongly recommend that you check your own insurance before departure.
Remember to bring the necessary safety equipment and warm clothes. Extra tubes and tires for your mountain bike are also recommendable. A helmet is required to attend our tours.