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From this on-line web camera Sněžka you have a unique view from Sněžka to Studniční hora and the Giant Mountains!


On-line webcam Sněžka - 1603 m above sea level | in the direction of Studniční hora | Giant mountains

Looking from Sněžka from this web camera in front of you, you can see Studniční hora, which with its 1554 m above sea level is the third highest mountain in the Czech Republic.
rnIn the right part of the horizon of the picture you can see the highest mountain in the Czech Republic - Luční hora with its 1555 m above sea level. 

Approximately in the middle of the right part of the image of this online webcam - Sněžka - you can see Luční bouda, where there are two other webcams: a webcam with a view of Luční bouda and a webcam Luční bouda - in the direction of Sněžka. 
On the very right edge of the picture you can see Medvědín, where our other Webcam Medvědín is located.

All three of these webcams are basically uniquely "seeing" each other! See for yourself!

The Sněžka on-line webcam is used by tourists, the general public and, for example, the Mountain Rescue Service to monitor the current weather in the Giant Mountains. 
This webcam refreshes every 60 seconds.

We believe that the Sněžka webcam will be beneficial for you as well.

Webcam Sněžka - Humlnet

The link to this on-line webcam on Sněžka was provided to us by HD internet - Humlnet. We would like to thank them for their nice cooperation!

Explanation of why Sněžka is not the highest peak in the Czech Republic:
It is therefore correct to say that Sněžka is the highest point in the Czech Republic.  The highest hill in the Czech Republic is Luční hora.

We quote: "The highest point itself, which is located 1,603 meters above sea level, lies about half a meter behind our state border, i.e. on Polish territory. It is therefore correct to say that Sněžka is the highest point in the Czech Republic. The highest hill itself is actually Luční hora," says Radek Drahný from the Krkonoše National Park Administration.

The highest point in the Czech Republic is about 10 cm lower, which still guarantees Sněžka the status of the highest mountain in the country.

Did you know that from 1928 until the end of the 1950s, an extreme giant slalom was regularly run every year (with a break during the Second World War) from Studniční hora to Obří důl - more information HERE
"The first year was held in 1928 and was called the May Ski Race. However, the first attempts date back to 1926. It was actually a social event for German highlanders. Initially, it was organized by the German Ski Association - HDW. After several years, people from the Czech Ski Association joined in. One of the most famous years, from 1935 to 1938, was attended by a number of ski aces from all over Europe," says Pavel Klimeš, an expert on the Krkonoše Mountains.
"The races in Obří důl were comparable to the races in the Alps," adds Valerian Spusta, a long-time member of the Krkonoše Mountain Rescue Service and a retired avalanche specialist.

In 1960, the Krkonoše National Park was declared and this corner of the Giant Mountains became taboo for tourists and skiers. At present, the KRNAP administration prohibits entry even in the winter months. Skiing on strictly protected meadows is strictly forbidden and heavily fined.



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