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Cycling tours

The campsite is situated next to the Elbe Cycle Route, which leads through Dresden to Cuxhaven and the Northern Sea, to Prague in the opposite direction, and eventually all the way to the source of Labe in the "Krkonoše" mountains.

 

If you don't have a bike of your own, you can rent it for 250 CZK/day or you can try a kick scooter – 200 CZK/day. Order it at the reception and it will be ready at the campsite within a moment. For a unique experience we recommend renting the electric bike – 500 CZK/day.

 

To Děčínský Sněžník (or all the way to Tyssa Walls)

Route length 33 km – about 3 hours, asphalt surface, difficulty: requires physical fitness, suitable for families with children if electric bikes are used, or a "cycle bus" that drives you to the top. GPS.

Take the Elbe Cycle Route towards Germany but turn left about 500 metres after passing the Tyrš Bridge. You will go over the rail crossing and join the "Krušnohorská Artery" cycle route (n. 23). It will take you all the way under the mountain "Děčínský Sněžník". There is a lookout on its top that was built in 1864 by František Thun. It offers a charming view of Czech-Saxony Switzerland and its nature.

zdroj: Czech Tourism, autor : Michal Němejc

 

Since it is quite a difficult route uphill, we offer a "cycle bus" for groups of 6 and more people. It costs 60 CZK/person (to Sněžník) or 80 CZK/person (to Tyssa Walls). You can also take the public cycle bus which takes off from the bus station at the Albert hypermarket.

Here is its schedule

From "Sněžník" you can continue along the "Krušnohorská Artery" cycle route to the town of Tisá. Here are the sandstone formations "Tyssa Walls", a highlight of Elbe Sandstone Mountains.

 

To return you will take the cycle route n. 3017. It ends in Děčín, on "Teplická" street. Take a left here and continue to the "Shepherd's bridge". Take a right here and continue straight ahead to a former brewery, which was recently rebuild into a shopping centre. However, you can still buy locally brewed beer inside. On your way back to the campsite we recommend seeing the borrough "Podmokly" with its interesting sights, such as the Francis of Assisi Church or the Regional Museum. To get back to the campsite go over the "New Bridge", or go along the Elbe waterfront to Tyrš bridge, where you will once again join the Elbe Cycle Route back to the campsite.

 

For a unique experience we recommend renting an electric bike for 500 CZK/day. You can order it at the reception and it will be ready for you at the campsite within a moment. You can also rent a mountain bike for 250 CZK/day or a kick scooter – 200 CZK/day.

 

Hřensko – Bad Schandau – Königstein – Dresden

 

Route length – 14 km (Hřensko) – 24 km (Bad Schandau) – 30 km (Königstein) – 65 km (Dresden), asphalt surface, on the Elbe Cycle Route through a beautiful canyon, also suitable for families with children.You can use the train to get back, there are stops every few kilometres along the route. GPS.

 

If you take the Elbe Cycle Route towards Germany, we recommend stopping by at these interesting locations.

 

Hřensko

This town is located at the border of Czech Republic and Germany. It is the lowest point of Bohemia at only 119 metres above sea level. The river Kamenice meets Elbe at this point and it offers yet another lovely canyon to ride along.

 

zdroj : Czech Tourism, autor : Michal Němejc, Václav Sojka

 

Bad Schandau

This spa town is a favourite destination because of its thermal spa and water world "Toskana Therme".

 

 

Königstein

Here you will find the Königstein Fortress, situated amidst Elbe Sandstones atop a table hill of the same name. The oldest written mention of the fortress is from 1233, it was a part of the Bohemian Kingdom at the time. Since 1955 it serves as an open-air, military history museum.

 

Dresden

Dresden - the "Florence on Elbe" - are Saxony's capital, as well as one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Germany. You can find many sights here, such as the Dresden Cathedral (Hofkirche), Frauenkirche or Zwinger (palace in Baroque style).

 

 

For a unique experience we recommend renting an electric bike for 500 CZK/day. You can order it at the reception and it will be ready for you at the campsite within a moment. You can also rent a mountain bike for 250 CZK/day or a kick scooter – 200 CZK/day.

 

 

To Benešov nad Ploučnicí

 
 

Route length – 11 km – about 1 hour, asphalt and gravel surface, difficulty : this cycle route along the river Ploučnice is suitable for family trips. You can take the train upon your return, there are many stops along the way. GPS.

 

Benešov is located close to Děčín and it's main attraction is a renaissance castle. It is a complex of two independent castle parts: Upper and Lower Castle. You will get there along the pleasant cycle route along the river Ploučnice. At the renaissance stone bridge (1 min. from campsite) you get on the cycle route n. 15, which will take you through Děčín to the river Ploučnice. You will pass an indoor ice rink and continue along the cycle route all the way to Benešov nad Ploučnicí. The castle is located at the town square. You can extend your trip along the cycle route to the ruins of "Ostrý Castle" and to the town of "Starý Šachov". It's about 5 kilometres away from Benešov. You can take the train back to Děčín, there are stops every few kilometres.

 

If you don't have a bike of your own, you can rent it for 250 CZK/day or you can try a kick scooter – 200 CZK/day. Order it at the reception and it will be ready at the campsite within a moment. For a unique experience we recommend renting the electric bike – 500 CZK/day.

 

 

To Zubrnice

Route length – 19 km – about 1,5 hours, asphalt surface, difficulty: pleasant Elbe Cycle Route to "Malé Březno", the route uphill to Zubrnice after that requires physical fitness. Optionally you can use an electric bike. GPS.

 

This town offers a valuable ensemble of folk architecture. Take the Elbe Cycle Route towards Ústí nad Labem. After arriving in Malé Březno take a left to get off the cycle route and get on a traffic road n. 260. After 4,5 kilometres you will climb up to the village of Zubrnice. It is the home of the youngest open-air museum in Bohemia, the Folk Architecture Museum and the Zubrnice Railway Museum. There is also an educational trail leading around the village.

 

 

If you don't have a bike of your own, you can rent it for 250 CZK/day or you can try a kick scooter – 200 CZK/day. Order it at the reception and it will be ready at the campsite within a moment. For a unique experience we recommend renting the electric bike – 500 CZK/day.

 

 

MTB

 

There are plenty of routes for mountain bike enthusiasts in the region. For example, old "singletracks" in Elbe's canyon predating the 2nd World War.

 

To the Belveder Lookout

Route length - 25 km, about 3 hours. GPS.

 

Take the Elbe Cycle Route from the campsite towards Germany, but keep going straight ahead after passing under the Tyrš Bridge. Continue along the river, past the docks and turn left at the very end of this street. Take a right after that and an immediate left. You will get to a crossway, take the green tourist trail along Elbe. Then switch over to the red trail at another crossway - "Nad Loubím".The red trail will take you all the way to the Belveder Lookout. To return, take the green tourist trail downhill to the waterfront. Use the ferry here to get to the opposite side of Elbe. From here you will take the yellow trail to another crossway, named "Čertova Voda". Switch to the green trail here and it will take you all the way back to Děčín and the Elbe Cycle Route, which will lead you back to the campsite.

 

 

Road bikes

It's unbelievable how many uphill routes there are leading from the campsite. Take a ride through the deep valleys of Ore Mountains or the wavy streets of the Central Bohemian Uplands, you will think you're traveling through the Alps. Suitable for a couple of days of hard road biking, or just a recreational trip. We are located in the centre of Děčín, so you're always coming back downhill. :)

 

Sněžník – Cunnersdorf – Bad Schandau – Hřensko – Mezní Louka – Jetřichovice – Nová Oleška – Huntířov – Sokolí Vrch Lookout

Route length – 94 km. GPS.

 

Take the Elbe Cycle Route towards Germany but turn left about 500 metres after passing the Tyrš Bridge. You will go over the rail crossing and join the "Krušnohorská Artery" cycle route (n. 23). It will take you all the way under the mountain "Děčínský Sněžník" with the lookout at its top. After that, come back along the same cycle route to a crossway (which you passed already), where you switch over to the Sächsische Mittelgebirge cycle route. This route will lead you to the German town Cunnersdorf and eventually to Elbe. Here you continue along the left shore to Bad Schandau, where you go over a bridge and take the Elbe Cycle Route back to Hřensko in Czech Republic. Join the cycle route named "Krajem pískovcových skal" ("Through the Sandstone Mountains") and eventually switch to the cycle route n. 21. You will follow it through the village "Jetřichovice" until you arrive at another village, "Všemily". Here the cycle route turns left, but you continue straight ahead along the asphalt road. In "Srbská Kamenice", take a right along the sawmill and switch over to the blue tourist trail at the intersection in "Nová Oleška". Continue to another crossway in "Stará Oleška" and switch to the cycle route n. 3052 here. Switch over to the green trail in "Huntířov", which will lead you back to Děčín.

 

zdroj: Czech Tourism, autor : Zdeněk Patzelt

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