The Krkonoše cycle-buses run daily every year back and forth through the whole of the Krkonoše Mountains from the beginning of June. They run regularly in both directions (from 7 a.m.) and in the evening (at about five thirty) the main line returns back, running from Harrachov via Rokytnice, Benecko, Vrchlabí, Janské Lázně, Pec pod Sněžkou to the Pomezní Boudy chalets. This “main” route connects up with transfer buses from Vrchlabí to Špindlerův Mlýn and on as far as to the Špindlerova Bouda chalet and from Jilemnice – Hrabačov to Vítkovice and to Horní Mísečky. The eastern part of the Krkonoše, Žacléř, has a connection to Trutnov. From Trutnov many cyclists use the direct bus designed to carry bikes as far as the Pomezní Boudy chalets. The Krkonoše cycle-buses also connect to a similar network in the Bohemian Paradise. In the morning just change in Jilemnice – Hrabačov and continue on to Železný Brod or Turnov.
On the route from Špindlerův Mlýn – Špindlerova bouda chalet the fare is the same as on normal buses. In 2006 a direct cycle-bus link was set up from Trutnov to Pomezní Boudy chalets and from Vrchlabí to the Špindlerova Bouda chalet. Another option is to visit Poland. The morning cycle-bus from Vrchlabí runs to the Špindlerova Bouda chalet at the border crossing. From there you can cycle to Szklarska Poręba in Poland and back to Harrachov in the CR, or take the other side via Karpacz to Pomezní Boudy chalets. The Krkonoše cycle-buses can be used to get back in the evening from both places.
Fare prices are according to the transport company’s normal tariff.
Bus plan here: Cyklobus