The Klínovec Ski Resort is the largest and most modern ski resort in the Ore Mountains. Together with the German Fichtelberg it forms the InterSkiregion Fichtelberg-Klínovec. Klínovec is now also connected with Neklid and Boží Dar. In total, the Klínovec ski resort offers almost 50 km of slopes per ski pass.
The InterSkiregion Fichtelberg – Klínovec offers 47 km of downhill runs of all levels of difficulty, starting at the price of one and a half day passes. A free ski bus runs across the border to Oberwiesenthal and takes skiers comfortably to the other side of the mountains in just 10 minutes. The price of a one-day ski pass for an adult is CZK 650 for the Czech part (Klínovec only), skiers in the InterSkiregion pay CZK 1,040 for a ticket, but this ski pass is valid for one and a half days.
The resort has 4 chairlifts and 6 lifts, a snow park, a ramp and 30 km of cross-country skiing trails. The ski runs are regularly groomed, supported by a modern artificial snowmaking system.
In addition, you will also find the longest ski slope in the Czech Republic. The ski slope from Klínovec to Jáchymov is 3400 metres long.
There are many services in the area, including rentals, schools and accommodation. The ski complex has 5 lifts, 2 of which are covered by a bubble. The snowpark is for snowboarders, the children\’s lift is free and family passes are available. Klinovec is also attractive in the summer.