Boží Dar is situated at 800 mt., 4km from the German ski resort Oberwiesenthal, but geographically part of Karlovy Vary Region in the Czech Republic. It is considered the highest town in the whole country.
By connecting Boží Dar Neklid with the neighboring resort Klínovec in 2018, the single largest ski area in Czech Republic was born.
The ski resort is popular for winter sports, offering ski and snowboard rentals, ski schools and mountain restaurants.
The resort has 8 runs (4 easy, 3 medium and 1 difficult), 6.5 km of slopes, 340 mt (1115 ft.) of vertical drop and very well-equipped terrain park. The resort is suited for skiers and snowboarders of all ages and ability levels.
Ski schools are used to international guests, especially coming from Germany. Instructors are well trained and usually speak both German and English at a good level.