Singletrails are obviously not just for singles! At the ones in the Moravian Karst are definitely not. Hop on the bike, it’s gonna be a wild ride.
Singletrail Moravian Karst involves specially-built, narrow trails that make for a perfect action-packed stay in the beautiful local landscape. The one-way mountain bike trails are sensitively set into the terrain and you will have real fun on them. They meander through the trees, never going straight for long, never going too much downhill or uphill. Respect the forest environment and do not go through protected areas so as not to destroy nature. You won’t meet anyone in the opposite direction, and you won’t be in the way of hikers, so just go for it.
Choose one of the Jedovnice trails or the trails in Brno’s Mariánské Valley:
The Mariánské Valley trails offer three circuits of 6 to 14 kilometres in length. Two of them can be handled by children, the third black one is for “bigger players”. But on all of them, you will enjoy the beautiful nature, the clean air, the curves, the off-road waves and the thrill of the ride. If the little ones get scared, just slow down. The Mariánské Valley can be reached by Brno public transport, and you can park your car without any problems.
Start the Jedovnice trails from its base. You can find it by the beautiful Olšovec pond. It offers a bistro, off-road bike rental, service for your own bikes, and an information centre. Again, choose from three circuits ranging in length from 6 to 11 kilometres. Two are for children, while the third has challenging passages and so is only for more skilled riders.
So let’s pedal!
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The largest abyss of this type in the Czech Republic and Central Europe. Legend has it that it has no bottom... Still, you can behold this impressive site.
The only system of caves in the Czech Republic where you can admire nature’s own sculptures both while you walk and while you take a cruise on an underground river.
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