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Skiareál Špindlerův Mlýn is a popular Czech winter sports resort. Everyone from the most experienced skiers and snowboarders to beginners can enjoy the slopes here, as well as cross-country skiers and ski mountaineers. The Skiareál organises a wide variety of events, including the largest international ones. Welcome to Špindl!

Svatý Petr

Svatý Petr, a popular part of the Špindlerův Mlýn Ski Resort, offers skiing fun for both demanding and undemanding skiers. On the Audi Race Track, you can also measure your time against the Czech downhill star Ondřej Bank.

Hromovka – also for evening skiing More info

The gateway to the world of skiers and snowboarders, where more advanced riders and night skiing fans will find something to their liking.


A sun-kissed mountain that touches the clouds, and the highest peak in Skiareál Špinderův Mlýn. The new-look red slope is 60 metres wide and is at the forefront of the broadest slopes in the Czech Republic. Nor does the black slope stay hidden in the background - its enlargement and newly-installed security features will delight experienced skiers.

Horní Mísečky

The local gentle and wide slope is great especially for children, beginner skiers and snowboarders. In addition, everyone can enjoy the so-called funtrack located in the upper part of Mísečky, where various bumps, waves, stumbling turns and other elements are created for even more fun skiing.


An increasingly popular part of the Špindlerův Mlýn ski resort, located right at the beginning of the small town of Špindl near the picturesque and architecturally interesting Elbe Dam.

Přehradní (a new ski slope)

will start and run to the future cable car terminal interconnecting Svatý Petr and Medvědín. This new red piste has a beautiful profile and will be fantastic to ski on although it won’t be open to the very bottom this season yet. Approximately in the middle, skiers will change to a tourist trail that has been adapted so that everybody can continue from the Přehradní piste in absolute comfort back to the lower Hromovka station. This more than 1,750-metre-long and brand-new trail will extend the skiing options in the resort and improve its quality considerably.

Lesní (a new ski slope)

A new piste with a snowmaking system has been built there this year too and should be part of the interconnection between Medvědín, Hromovka and Svatý Petr soon. It is called “Lesní” and you can carve your turns on the 50-metre-wide piste already this winter if you turn from the red piste there. Lesní will cross the Vodárenská piste, which you can use to get back to the Medvědín chairlift. However, this new trail is much longer in reality and runs to the future cable car terminal as well.