Rychleby Trails begin and finish in the village of Černá Voda (Black Water). Arriving from from the interior of the Czech Repblic, turn at Lipová lázně towards Javornik. Pass through Vapena and at Žulová turn right over the railway crossing. After 5.4km (3.3miles) you arrive at the community centre opposite the church in Černá Voda. You can also take the train from Jesenik to Žulová.
The trails start and finish at the parking lots in front of the community centre near the church.
Pod Sokolí Vrch (Below Falcon Peak) is designated for more technically skilled riders.
Start and finish – parking lot at the village community centre (kulturní dům – cultural house) in Černá Voda.
Recommended - full suspension mountain bike with big-hit tires (2.2)
Distance - the downhill section branches off into two trails for either a 16km or 21km circuit
Elevation gain -
Podél Černého potoka (Along Black Brook) Trail. As the name suggests, the trail runs along the Black Brook. An easy trail, there are numerous beautiful locations and scenic lookouts for every-day off-road riders.
Difficulty - easy trail suitable for beginners
Location - Žulová Hills, from Černá Voda to Velká Kraš
Start and finish - 1 parking lot at the community centre in the Černá Voda
2 parking lot at the swimming pond in Velká Kraš near Vidnava
Recommended - mountain bike
Circuit length -
There are four red crosses on the map, indicating the pick-up point for ambulances. Jesenik ambulance service has maps of RS trails in order to better locate injured riders.
During the season, please observe the following opening hours, after which the trails are closed.
APRIL to 18.30 pm
MAY to 19.30 pm
JUNE to 20.00 pm
JULY to 20.00 pm
AUGUST to 19.00 pm
SEPTEMBER to 17.30 pm from 20 September to 16.30 pm
OCTOBER to 16.00 pm
The trails are for experienced riders with good bike handling skills.
Full-suspension bikes with 120mm x 120mm travel and with 2.3 tires are suitable.
The trails are marked along their entire length by a green circle with or without our logo.
Maps are available at either the Tourist Information Centre or at the Municipal Office.
If you want to ride any new trails that are not yet marked, please contact us.
Give us your impressions of the trails, whether good or bad. We want your comments in order to create the trails that you want.