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Would you like to take a walk through the scenic countryside of the Brno region or in the South Moravian wine region, through the vineyards, mountains and hills, romantic villages or visit a gothic castle from the 13th century? These trips are suitable for anybody who likes walking in lovely countryside.
Description: With the largest density of castles and chateaux per square kilometer in Europe and incredible, un-spoilt mountain, forest, river and wetland landscapes, there is so much to see.
The foundations of walking in the Czech Republic were laid down by the Czech Tourist Club over 100 years ago. At this time an extensive network of hiking trails was created and marked out by hundreds of club members. Today an excellent web - 38 500 km - of well-marked, well-connected, Czech hiking trails is the legacy of their work and they are still maintained by club members on a purely voluntary basis.
The marking system is very easy to follow and you will see painted signs on posts, rocks and trees along the way with sign posts at main hiking route junctions detailing kilometers to the nearest towns.
Inserted: 2005-10-31
Name: 1. Hiking trip to the NOVY HRAD (New Castle):
Duration: 3 - 4 hrs.
Level: moderate, fun trip for the kids
Mileage:  14 km

Highlights:  NOVY HRAD (New Castle), leafy forests, and beautiful hike in autumn
Starting Point:  town ADAMOV (it is about 17 km north of BRNO)
Ending Point:  town of ADAMOV

See the description of this trip here.
Inserted: 2005-10-30
Description: A very good friend of mine Mirek is a keen nature lover and an excellent photographer. Almost every weekend he sets out for a trip and comes back with lots of interesting photos from the Brno region. I am happy to share his photos with you. This time enjoy a virtual tour of the PALAVA region, which is about 40 km south of Brno. The PALAVA Biosphere Reserve is an ideal place for hiking with a final stop in Mikulv with a bottle of South Moravian wine.
Inserted: 2010-05-05
Duration: 3 - 4 hrs.
Level: easy, nice trip with the the kids
Mileage: 10 km

Highlights: Lakes, leafy forests, and beautiful hike in autumn
Starting Point: village OCHOZ u Brna (it is about 10 km north-east of BRNO)
Ending Point: BRNO - LISEN

See the description of this trip here.
Inserted: 2010-04-30
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