Where to go in Třinec and its surroundings
A mountain located in the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains near the town of Třinec in the Frýdek-Místek district. The peak reaches a height of 1032 m above sea level. Towards about 1.5 km to the east there is a subpeak Malý Javorový 945 m above sea level. Here there is a tourist hut, ski slopes, a mountain service station, a television relay station and a large metal cross. About 500 metres from the tourist hut is the upper station of the chairlift from Oldřichovice. Excellent cross-country skiing trails with a total length of about 25 km are available in the vicinity of the chalet.
Recommended hiking routes in the Třinec area. Divided according to difficulty.
* Třinec - Nýdek (bus terminal Hluchová) - Zimný (settlement) - Filipka - back along the green trail to Nýdek
Moderately difficult routes
* Třinec - Bystřice nad Olší - V Pasekách - Filipka crossroads - Filipka peak - back to Filipka crossroads - Hrádek ve Slezku
* Třinec Sosna - Jahodná - Pod Malým Ostrým - Za Kámen - Čantoryje chata - Velká Čantoryje - back Za Kámen - Nýdek
- total 17 km
* Třinec - Oldřichovice - cable car to Javorový - Chata - Šindelná - Velký Lipový - Ropička - Kotař - Prašivá - Komorní Lhotka
- from Oldřichovice total 24 km
* Třinec - Oldřichovice - by cable car to Javorový - Javorový Chalet - Šindelná - Velký Lipový - Ropička - Pod Ropičkou - sedlo - Godula - Komorní Lhotka
* Třinec - Mosty u Jablunkova - Studeničné - Gírová - Komorský Gruň - Hrčava - Trojmezí - Hrčava
- from Mosty u Jablunkova total 16 km
* Nýdek Square (starting red tourist marker) - tourist hut Čantoryje - lookout tower on the top of Čantoryje - it is possible to continue to the Polish side: Polana Stoklasica (Poland, toboggan run, upper station of the cable car from Ustrono-Pl) - back to the top of Čantoryje - Polish hut "Światowid" - Beskydy saddle - Nýdek (accommodation, restaurant, bus)
More demanding routes
* Třinec Sosna - Jahodná - Pod Malým Ostrým - Za Kámen - Čantoryje chata - Velká Čantoryje - Beskydské sedlo - Velký Sošov - Malý Stožek - Kolibiska
- total 22 km
* Třinec - Oldřichovice - by cable car to Javorový - Slavíč chalet - Kamenná chata na Velké Polom - Severka chata - Skalka chata - Mosty u Jablunkova ( train, bus )
- total 34 km
Beskydy offers many ski resorts. You can find a complete list of them on the website www.beskydy.com. We recommend skiing in the mountain resort www.javorovy-vrch.eu in the part of Třinec - Oldřichovice.
Třinec - cross-country skiing in the forest park. The STaRS organization grooms cross-country ski tracks in the forest park in good snow conditions. Cross-country skiing is one of the healthiest sports. If you ski, do not hesitate to take advantage of this sport offer and go to the forest park.
The village was founded in the 2nd half of the 14th century as a princely village. The first historical report dates back to 4th May 1423. The development of the village was influenced mainly by agricultural production and herding, and later by the nearby Třinec Ironworks. Bystřice is a typical foothill village with some buildings scattered along the slopes of narrow valleys. Residential buildings date back to the 19th and 20th centuries. The original wooden cottages in the settlement of Paseky have been transformed into holiday cottages in recent years. Official website of the municipality: www.bystrice.cz
Hnojník is the largest village of the micro-region of the Stonávka river basin, on which it lies. It currently has almost 1500 inhabitants, making it one of the natural economic and social centres of the micro-region. Hnojník also lies at the crossroads of the I/68 road connecting in Nebory to the I/11 road with the international route E75 and the II/474 road connecting in nearby Třanovice to the I/48 road. The regional railway line from Frýdek-Místek to Těšín also runs through the village. Official website of the municipality: www.hnojnik.cz
Komorní Lhotka is a picturesque foothill spa village with a thousand inhabitants and a favourable climate with beneficial effects on the human body. The village is accessible from Hnojník by a narrow road shaded by a century-old lime avenue 2.5 km long. The village is the main protagonist of tourism development in the microregion of the Stonávka river basin. Official website of the municipality: www.komorni-lhotka.cz
The village of Košařiska is located in the north-east of the Czech Republic. The first historical mention of the village dates back to 1643. It is a typical foothill village with scattered buildings. Over time, the original wooden houses have mostly become holiday cottages. The area of the village is 1719 ha. Official website of the municipality: www.kosariska.cz
The village of Nýdek is located in the northeast of the Czech Republic, in the region of North Moravia and Silesia. The neighbouring villages on the Czech side are Vendryně, Bystřice, Hrádek and Návsí, on the Polish side Wisla and Ustroň. With an area of 2,820 ha, it is one of the largest municipalities in the Frýdek-Místek district. The population is 1 915. The highest point is the mountain Čantoryje - 995 m above sea level. Water is drained from the village by the Hluchová stream. There is a specially protected area in the village - the national nature reserve Čantoryje with an area of 40 ha. Official website of the municipality: www.nydek.cz
Ropice is a village in Podbeskydí, situated in a wide valley of the Ropická River. The typically Silesian dispersed housing is concentrated only around the I/11 road with the international route E75 connecting Slovakia with Moravia via the Jablunkovský Pass. The main railway line Bohumín - Jablunkov - Žilina and the regional line from Frýdek-Místek to Těšín run through the village. Official website of the municipality: www.ropice.cz
Řeka is a charming, typical mountain village on the river of the same name, hidden in the deep valleys of the surrounding Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains. A significant part of the village falls within the protected landscape area of the Beskydy Mountains, it is one of the villages of the micro-region of the Stonávka basin with the largest offer of tourism in the field of mountain tourism, recreation and relaxation. At present, there are almost 500 permanent inhabitants, but the village comes alive especially with intensive tourism in the winter and summer tourist season, but also in early spring and late autumn thanks to local cottagers. Official website of the village: www.obecreka.cz
Smilovice is situated at the foot of the steep slopes of the 738 m high Godula in the massif of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains in a beautiful and quiet environment on the local road between Střítež (a turn-off from the I/68 road) and the village of Reka, which is one of the centres of tourism in the Beskydy Mountains and is 2 km away from Smilovice. Similarly to Komorní Lhotka, which also occupies an important place in tourism and has considerable development potential in this area. Official website of the village: www.smilovice.cz
Střítež formerly Trzyciež, in the times of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy Tritiesch, is situated in the undulating hilly valley in the foothills of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains on the Ropičanka River, a tributary of the Olše River, and on the Černý Brook, which flows into the Stonávka River through a system of local ponds. The I/68 road runs through the village, connecting to the I/11 road with the international route E75 and the railway line from Frýdek-Místek to Český Těšín. Several hiking and cycling trails connect the towns of Třinec, Těšín and Karviná with the attractive area of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains, Podbeskydí and the interesting surroundings of the village. Official website of the municipality: www.obecstritez.cz
Vělopolí lies in the Podbeskydí region in the undulating hills between Horní Žukov in the north, Třanovice in the west, Střítež in the south and Ropice in the east. The Vělopolka stream, a tributary of the Ropičanka river, flows through the village. It is off the main roads, the local road connects it to the I/48 road in Horní Žukov and the I/68 road in Střítež. The largely isolated location of the village has been one of the reasons why it has retained its original agricultural character in the foothills and small farms are still an integral part of the life of the two hundred inhabitants and the local colour. A typical example of such a local farmstead is cottage No. 7 with an adjoining barn and well from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The 160-year-old listed lime tree is certainly worthy of attention. Official website of the village: www.velopoli.cz
At the foot of the Beskydy Mountains, protected on all sides by the bluish shadows of the mountains, lies a village with an interesting name - Vendryně. Life there has been shaped for years by the rich traditions of its ancestors, the proximity of the borders with Poland and Slovakia, but also by the ironworks in neighbouring Třinec, which employed most of its inhabitants. Official website of the municipality: www.vendryne.cz