From Peršlák, direction Třeboň
If you ride from the hotel to the south, there are dozens of kilometers of bicycle trails through untouched nature in the direction towards Třeboň, Staňkov or Chlum u Třeboně waiting for you. This route is suitable for children and elderly cyclists, since there is almost no elevation. This route is ideal even in the hot summer months, since most of the route leads through the shade of the deep woods.
Bike Trails around the Forest Hotel Peršlák
The Forest Hotel Peršlák is located at the crossroads of several bike paths where you can discover the beauty of Czech Canada. Hundreds of kilometers of bicycle trails will help you discover natural beauties and take you to numerous cultural monuments. There are ideal conditions for cycling for advanced cyclists as well as beginners, children and older people alike.
From Peršlák, direction Slavonice
If you ride from the hotel to the north, you can expect a rather challenging trek towards Nová Bystřice. You'll then have the option to continue to the very popular ruin Landštejn or even further to the UNESCO town of Slavonice. There is a reward awaiting you after this physically demanding trip: several kilometers down the hill back to the Forest Hotel Peršlák.
From Peršlák, direction Austria
A short distance from the hotel we built a wooden bridge over the stream. You can use this way to get by bike to Austria (Haugschlag / Rottal) and continue to the picturesque town of Litschau. You will ride along the beautiful lake "Herrensee", visit the center and then you can return along the same route back to Peršlák. Alternatively, you can extend the trip via Chlum u Třeboně and go back to the hotel along the Czech side.
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