The Guard Patrol lookout forest park is an ideal afternoon activity for all the family. Pack comfortable clothes, the right shoes and some small snacks. You can visit in the morning or evening, on foot or cycle. The end of the trail will always gift you with a beautiful experience.
Huťský Waterfall is 20m high and is supplied by the Huťský stream that has its source right under the Mountain Chalet Dvoračky. The name Huťský comes from the first Glass Factory (Huť) in the Grat Mountains, which used to be a workplace of a well known glassmaker family Schüler since 1562.
The Old Cow Shed Museum and Gallery offers exhibitions describing the former hard life in the Great Mountains. You will be able to observe tools which locals used to make living or even a collection of old firefighting equipment, The museum also offers seasonal exhibitions of local artists in various fields of arts.
After exactly 115 years after opening a newly built Town Hall in 1903, on Thursday 27.9.2018 the Town Hall Tower became open for visitors. After climbing 147 steps, you will be able to enjoy a beautiful view over the city centre, Lysá Hora and Kotel from an unusal location - a 37m tall Town Hall Tower.
The Chairlift starts close to one of the corners of the Horní Rokytnice car park and leads to the Lovčenka Chalet, which can be found 400m under the crossroad Ručičky. Its estimated lenght is 1213m and can transport up to 500 people per hour. The goal is to transport hikers and cyclists to the main tourist trails in the west of the Great Mountains.
If you decide to visit Harrachov, don't leave out visiting Mumlavský Waterfall which is easily accessible if you follow the trail next to the Mumlava River. The Waterfall belongs to one of the most visited attractions in the western part of the Great Mountains.
The Waterfall is created by stepped granite blocks in the Mumlava Mountain stream, up to 12m high. Right underneath the waterfall you can observe an unique erosion phenomena - the “Devils Eyes” or “Giant Pots” which were caused by the motions of the water and pebbles in the river.