The Orea Resort Sklář Harrachov is perfect for its location and range of sports available in the area for an active vacation. We offer a small taste of activities and tips for tourists that you can enjoy in the surroundings.
The health and wellness centre is an ideal activityfor your free time or during bad weather. In the cosy atmosphere of our wellness centre or relaxation & care centres you can recharge your batteries and regain your strength during our treatments accompanied by relaxing music.
The table tennis is located next to the lobby bar in a separate room. Paddles and balls are free to borrow at the reception. Table tennis is open daily from 09:00 to 24:00. The rental fee is 90 CZK per hour. Required spaces must be reserved at reception.
The billiard table is situatednext to the reception. Cues and balls are free to borrow at the reception. Billiards is open daily from 09:00 to 24:00. The rental fee is 90 CZK per hour. Reservation required spaces at the hotel reception.
The bowling clubHarrachovis located in the nearby area of ADOS, approx. a 15-minute walk. The club has four bowling lanes. On weekends, we recommend booking lanes in advance, the hotel receptionwill be happy to make the reservation for you. Opening hours are 13:00 to 1:00 h. The price for renting the lanes is from CZK 290 per hour.
Harrachov – the green world of the Giant Mountains has the only golf course in the area with a tee for the youngest golfers as part of "Family Courses", where children are becoming equal to their parents. The location of the course in the mountain resort allows you to combine golf with a family holiday. This is the highest course in Bohemia (730 m asl), set in the beautiful countryside of the western Giant Mountains. This nine-hole course is involved in the project ‘’Family Courses’’. It is a 60 par course, with a length of 2992 meters from the yellow tees. It is possible to use other facilities too - mountain biking, tennis, hiking, mini golf, and swimming pool.
The PROUD – Harrachov obstacle course is located in the Giant Mountains National Park at the confluence of the rivers Jizera and Mumlava. The complex covers an area of 5,500 m2 and is situated in pure unadulterated nature so you will not be distracted by anything and you will be able to intensively enjoy this unique experience. The obstacle coursecontains an area of low obstacles, newly opened ‘low team obstacles’, training wall, several activities under the banner "problem solving", 10 individual and 5 team high obstacles (heights from 4-11 meters) and at the end there is a the (Challenge tower) with several vertical obstacles and a platform height of 12 meters. From the platform there is an 80-meter cableway.
Top foreign technology enables the bobsleigh track in Harrachov to provide the ultimate bobsleighing experience. This attraction is availableto everyone from 2 to 100 years. Fast bobsleighsare controlled by the riders themselves using brake levers so they can each choose a peace that suits them individually. The bobsleigh trackcan be run individually or in pairs with children or friends.
There is a 273 meter long climbing centre with 14 obstacles called MONKEYPARK. MONKEYPARK is intended for the general public, including children taller than 140 cm. It is designed in such a way that it is accessible to an untrained visitor or child of a given height. Visitors to Spindleruv Mlyn and Harrachov will be able to go on all rides(except for the bobsleigh) and only pay once at one point which makes it an even more attractive activity. MONKEYPARK involves the gradual overcoming of obstacles suspended on ropes between trees at a height of 3-7 meters. At the same time the obstaclesare placed between the trees on a special base on which visitors can rest and also moves after one obstacle is overcome to another.
Novosad and son glassworksis the second oldestprivately owned glassworks in the Czech Republic. It was founded before 1712 in the Jilemnice estate of Count Harrach. It has preserved the traditional method of production.
The Glass Museum is part of the glassworks. It houses a historically and technologically comprehensive collection of historical glasswares from the Harrachov glassworks.
The microbrewery and restaurant were constructed in 2002, directly inside the glassworks premises, next to the main metallurgical hall of the glass factory. The glass manufacturing can be viewed through a window from the restaurant itself. Comfortable heating can be experienced by going from the restaurant to a gallery above red-hot furnaces, where visitors can feel the pleasant warm.
Traditional for the Great Mountains - glassmaking - forestry activities - mines - artefacts from the past - ski development (universal, cross-country skiing, jumps) - mock-up of a giant bridge - sports awards won by Czech athletes.
The Mining Museum and viewing tunnel were opened in March 2003 in the former drift platform. There are samples of minerals and fluorite deposits, tools and equipment used in mining, plus maps and also photographs documenting the work at the local deposit. The sightseeing gallery is about 1000 m long, showing a typical environment in an illuminated ore mine withunloaded crushed gravel, the average annual temperature is 10-12 ° C (visitors are advised to wear warm clothing). Visitors are givena helmet and jacket and in addition see the complete hoist, mine cars, rechargeable locomotive, mining loader, etc. The guided tour takes about one hour and visitors can learn about the work at the now decommissioned ore mines.
The river Mumlava is in a valley approximately 1.5 km from Harrachov and has a waterfall of about 10 m high. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful and the biggest waterfalls in the Czech Republic. Just a few meters upstream due to erosion you can also find an interesting phenomenon - the so-called ‘giant boilers’ (giant pots) - boulders and rock plates with "bowls" that push the stream current further.
The exhibition is located in a granite building called‘Šindelka’. Shingle roofing was produced there since the early 19th century up until the 1930s. The last 60,000 shingles produced in 1934 were used on the old Elbe shed. The forestry exhibition is located on the ground floor and acquaints visitors with forestry issues, from the extraction of trunkson paths and removal for further processing to subsequent reforestation and care.
The only cog railway in the Czech Republic represents a unique cultural and technical monument. Trains on this line once went over elevations of several hundred meters at the steepest section from Tanvald to Kořenov therefore uses the cog. Few railways can boast as many "firsts" as the Jizera Mountain-Great Mountains railway line Tanvald - Harrachov, which can be found in the timetable under the number 035. What’s maybe the mostinteresting thing is that it not has only a unique design, but also its rich history. It became a regular destination for many admirers of railways and technical monuments from all over Europe and in 1992 the section Tanvald - Kořenovwas declared a cultural monument by the Ministry of Culture.