The Těšín Beskydy mountains are unique among Czech mountain areas due to their high concentration of chalets for hikers. The range contains over twenty of these mountain chalets! To put it simply, whichever mountain you decide to walk up, you can be sure that in half an hour to an hour, you will find a pleasant cosy chalet awaiting you and offering refreshments.
For families and less experienced hikers the region offers short walks from the valley up to a chalet. But the range is also perfect for longer hikes between chalets. Here are a few such hiking routes. Even hiking for several days is no problem: all of the chalets offer cosy accomodation and excellent cooking.
Along Silesian Beskydy on the Czech-Polish border: 23 km
Nýdek square - Čantoryje view-tower (chalet) - Beskydek (Polish chalet Swiatowid) - Velký Stožek (Polihs chalet) - Bahenec (chalet) - Bukovec
To Skalka: 12 km
Mosty u Jablunkova - chalet Skalka - chalet Severka - Kamenná chalet - Velký Polom - Mosty u Jablunkova
Around three chalets: 15-16 km
Košařiska (Charcoal pile) - chalet Ostrý - chalet Slavíč - chalet Kamenitý - along the wood path to the left and back to Košařiska ( on the point where the yellow marked path to Kozubova goes to the forest). The path can be extened to chalet in Kozubova.
Long hike with a cair-lift: 34 km
Třinec - Oldřichovice - lanovka - chalet Javorový - chalet Slavíč - Kamenná chalet on Velky Polom - chalet Severka - chalet Skalka - Mosty u Jablunkova (train, bus).