Every winter, the slopes of Mount Plešivec welcome skiers and snowboarders. The height of the mountain is 1,028 meters; seven trails, with a total length of 12 kilometers, descend from the top point, surrounded by spruce forests. There is also a track, which is 242 kilometers long, for cross-country skiing! It goes from the cliff of Cheb to Klínovec.
A webcam is installed next to one of the lifts of this new Czech resort. On the screen, we can see a chairlift leading to the top of the mountain.
At the foot of the mountain there are two villages, Pstruží and Abertamy. The main lift, Plešivec, goes from Pstruží, and there are two tracks for freestylers around Abertamy.
A two-day ticket to the lift costs about 40 euros; such democratic prices are due to the less than convenient location of the resort, as well as the meager infrastructure. Plešivec guests do not have the largest choice of hotels and restaurants where they can relax after skiing.