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Javorový vrch u Sjezdovky
Czech Republic

V areálu Javorový Vrch se nacházejí tři Sjezdovky. 300 m - modrá - mírný svah pro začátečníky a mírně pokročilé 750 m - červená pro dobré lyžaře, 400 m - černá - extrémně prudký svah, který uspokojí každého extrémního lyžaře. Sjezdovky jsou vybaveny 3 kvalitními vleky Tatrapoma s celkovou přepravní kapacitou 1700 osob za hodinu. Kvalitní podmínky pro lyžování zabezpečuje umělé zasněžování sněžnými děly a každodenní úprava sjezdovek sněžnou rolbou. Sjezdovky 300m a 400 m jsou osvětleny.

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Taken: 28/01/2011
Uploaded: 29/01/2011
Updated: 03/09/2014
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