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Hike Pod Smělcem - Špindlerův Mlýn

Over Male and Girl stones

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Hike Pod Smělcem - Špindlerův Mlýn
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The Krkonoše III ridge crossing: the third stage of the Krkonoše crossing is one of the lighter ones. You can relatively easily cross two peaks with rock formations – Male and Girl stones, to finally descend into the Silesian saddle, better known as Špindlerův Mlýn according to the mountain hut that stands here. The length of this stage is about 5km.

View back to the High Wheel

This stage of the Krkonoše ridge crossing begins at the crossroads below Smělec (1,350 m above sea level) and gradually climbs to Mužský Kameny. Looking back you can see Wawel, Vysoké Kolo and the Smlec peak (located in Poland).

View back to the High Wheel
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At the Men's Stones

Finally, the first peak on this stage is in front of you – an interesting rock formation Muž Kameny (1,417 m above sea level). But if you want some views, you have to climb over the rocks to the top.

At the Men's Stones
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View from Male Stones

From Mužské kameny there is a nice view to the south – to Špindlerův Mlýn located a few hundred meters below you. There are also nice meadows with Krkonoše cottages, here Brádlerovy and Medvědí boudy

View from Male Stones
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View of the highest mountains of the Czech Republic

From Mužské kameny there is also a nice view of all three highest mountains of the Czech Republic.

View of the highest mountains of the Czech Republic
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View of the High Wheel and the Wawel

From Mužské kameny, the path continues almost along the contour line. The rear views of the High Wheel and the Wawel are beautiful.

View of the High Wheel and the Wawel
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The road to the Girls' Stones

Continuing to Dívčí kameny is definitely not physically demanding – the terrain undulates only minimally.

The road to the Girls' Stones
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Girl's stones

It is only a quarter of an hour's walk from the Men's to the Girl's Stones. You won't even realize that it is the 16th highest mountain in the Czech Republic. But it's definitely a nice rock formation.

Girl's stones
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View from Dívčí kameny

Girls' stones may be a bit nicer rock formations than Men's, but again they have a slightly worse view.

View from Dívčí kameny
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Descent to the Silesian Saddle

From Dívčí kameny you will have a longer descent to the Silesian saddle, where this stage ends.

Descent to the Silesian Saddle
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At Petrova bouda

After you get out of the forest, you will reach a beautiful meadow near Petrova bouda (currently being rebuilt) with an absolutely great view. Here you will definitely burn for a while to stop and enjoy.

At Petrova bouda
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Picturesque views of Malý Šišák

On the way from Petrova bouda there are still picturesque views of Malý Šišák.

Picturesque views of Malý Šišák
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View of the meadow under Petrovy bouda

„Back“ views are not so attractive. Now a small ascent to the super indistinct peak Čihadlo (1,213 m above sea level) awaits you.

View of the meadow under Petrovy bouda
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Špindlerův Mlýn

After an hour and a half of walking, you are at the end of the stage in a busy Silesian saddle with the famous cottage Špindlerovka. Here it is possible to refresh and relax before proceeding.

Špindlerův Mlýn
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