We have chosen from the wide variety of attractions of our region the following possibilities:



outdoor rock climbing

outdoor swimming in the natural ponds Sykovec, Medlov a Milovy


outdoor rock climbing

mushroom picking


cross country skiing

The landscape around Žďár nad Sázavou offers not only spledid nature but also many historical sights and the culture possibilities.

The biggest attraction is the Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk at Zelená hora – the unique Baroque Gothic building, the National Cultural Monument registered in UNESCO´s World Heritage List. Another attractions of the Natural Reserve Žďárské vrchy are the highest peak of the area Devět skal, Žákova hora and Čtyři palice close to the pictoresque village Křižánky.

The area of the Natural Reserve Žďárské vrchy is traversed by hundreds of kilometres od the cycling and tourist tracks. The Natural Reserve Žďárské vrchy offers the ideal conditions for summer and winter activities, there are many possibilities for outdoor swimming and fishing in the natural ponds, e.g. ponds Medlov, Sykovec, Milovy, Velké Dářko and Pilák pond.


Novoměstsko is considered to be one of the most beautiful and the most visited regions. It offers many cross-country skiing tracks, which are regurarly shaped. They reach the lenght up to 200 kilometres.

These tracks lead through the whole Natural Reserve Area Žďárské vrchy and go through the villages Vlachovice, Sklené, Tři Studně, Fryšava, Kadov, Krátká, Sněžné, Samotín, Blatiny, Milovy, Podlesí, Kuklík, Odranec, Věcov, Jimramovské Pavlovice, Míchov, Roženecké Paseky, Studnice, Rokytno, Pohledec, Maršovice, Jimramov, Zubří, Radňovice, Jiříkovice a Nové Město na Moravě.
The tracks are reguraly shaped by the snow machine. The tracks are marked by the orange signposts.

You will find more information on the website.


The surroundings of the townlet Jimramov is called as the region of writer Jan Karafiat.

Photo by Michal Klajban.

The museum of folk architecture in Veselý Kopec

There are exhibits a sample of petty farmers’ mostly timbered homesteads, which were constructed in a part of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands. Considerable attention is given to folk technical water-powered buildings. Expositions are dated from the second half of the 19th century until the 1950’s when the possibility of private husbandry was liquidated on account of social changes.

Single houses show the construction particularity from the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands and the Iron Mountains. At the same time, the houses and their inside equipment document not only the development in a particular era, but also the family way of life and their social position in society.

Tips for the trips

Natural Park Žďárské Vrchy

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