From the point of view of the legislation of the Czech Republic, the trails are always open, 24 hours a day, all year round. From time to time, there may be closures on the trails due to ongoing logging, trail repairs or possible calamities (wind breaks). During melting and long rains, the trails may be waterlogged, please start using them when we let you know (HERE) that they are ready.
There is no entrance fee for Singltrek Suchák. However, we will be happy if you help us with a voluntary contribution to maintenance and development. From the point of view of the legislation of the Czech Republic, the trails are freely accessible to all. If you are visiting Orlicko and use Singltrek, support the development of tourism by using local services.
You can handle Singltrek Suchák on any bike, but you will enjoy it the most on a mountain bike. There are no services directly connected with Singltrek Suchák. It is not possible to rent a bike.
Take a look at this proven weather forecast for Suchý vrch or also HERE . Remember that you will be moving in a mountain environment and the weather may change. Do not take unnecessary risks in storms, heavy rains and strong winds. On the contrary, if it's cold, raining or drizzle, it's no obstacle to an absolutely great ride when you have good equipment.
The most important cycling equipment are helmet and gloves. Bring a drink, a small snack to quickly replenish your energy (such as a muesli bar), a spare soul or gluing kit, a pump and basic tools with you on the trail. We also recommend throwing a light windbreaker, a hat or scarf under the helmet and spare socks into the backpack. Before leaving, carefully check the condition of the trails and safety information.
By law, the same conditions apply to the movement of dogs as elsewhere in the forest - their free running is prohibited.
Singltrek Suchák is suitable for children! If you have children older than 5 years, go on a company ride. Try the Green Circuit first until you have mastered the blue one. The red circuit is demanding and long and skillful children will certainly like it as a day trip.
We do not recommend riding the Singltrek Suchák trails with wheelchairs, children in a seat and on a tow bar. Narrow trails are suitable for children only from the moment when they are able to ride a bike on their own. Not all bottlenecks or bends in the trails can be driven with the truck or drawbar. At the same time, narrow paths require relatively deft maneuvering, which can be dangerous for children in a car seat.
With small children, always be careful and foresight on the trails. Always go to the child. Be careful that the child does not get in the way of another rider. At the same time, be considerate of other people on the trails, do not brake others unnecessarily, let the faster riders in front of you. If children need to rest for a while, do not stand or sit on the trail and be sure not to leave bikes or other things on the trail.
Children should always wear a helmet when riding a Singltrek. During the ride, make sure that the helmet holds well on their heads, does not fall and does not unfold.