Špindlerův Mlýn has 5 cable cars, one a two-seater (Svatý Petr), three four-seaters (Svatý Petr, Hromovka and Medvědín) and 11 ski tows. The total capacity is 18 000 people an hour, providing access to 25 km of downhill slopes. A single ticket is required everywhere in Špindlerův Mlýn. There are regular Ski Buses running between Svatý Petr, Medvědín and Labská.

Ski Areál Špindlerův Mlýn

Svatý Petr

Svatý Petr is the most important sports centre in Špindlerův Mlýn, hosting a number of major sports events every year. During the winter season Svatý Petr has two cable cars – the four-seater from Svatý Petr to Pláňe and the two-seater cable car to the FIS World Cup black slope. There is also a ski tow at the top of the black run. Svatý Petr has high-quality slopes, treated daily with artificial snow, with something for experienced skiers as well as for beginners. As far as elevation length and quality are concerned, these are the best slopes in the country. The snowpark and its U-ramp are also very popular. Pláňe is the ideal starting point for ridge tours.


Medvědín, which is linked by cable car to Horní Mísečky, is becoming ever more popular with skiers who enjoy a laid-back run on sunny slopes. There are very good black and red slopes, intended primarily for sporting skiers.

Horní Mísečky

Horní Mísečky is a great place for beginners and for family holidays with the children. It offers 4  ski tows, well maintained slopes and a snowpark with its own ski tow for snowboarders and Freestyle skiers. The cross-country skiing routes in Horní Mísečky are hugely popular with cross-country skiers, who come for the very well maintained cross-country routes which form the starting point for ridge tours.


The new four-seater cable car to Hromovka and the expansion of the downhill slope at Hromovka have greatly improved the skiing here and have made it faster for skiers to get from Hromovka to Svatý Petr. Hromovka has the longest evening skiing in the Czech Republic. The entire stretch of 1 500 m features artificial snow and excellent lighting, assuring superb evening skiing for the public and also for floodlit FIS competitions. Depending on the snow conditions, evening skiing begins in the Christmas holidays and is open every day from 18:00 to 21:00.


The newest complex, Labská, was built on the route of the original Labská ski tow. The new route has been extended by 300 m, and now runs as far as the cross-country skiing route to Horní Mísečky. The ski slope has also been extended and a complete artificial snow system has also been added. This locality is particularly recommended for family skiing on the sunny slopes; another benefit is that cheaper, regional season tickets are available.