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The Beskydy Mountains will go on a new round with the pagan god Radegas

The tourist region Beskydy - Wallachia has seven cycling routes called Radegast Circuits. These are labeled routes of varying difficulty with a total length of over 210 kilometers.

"With the name of the famous pagan god Radegast, the circuits are tied up because they connect the most attractive places of its home Beskydy Mountains - from Horeček to Pustevny, through the villages of the Frenštátsko microregion to Hukvaldy in Frýdek-Místek", explains the new initiative of municipalities and private entities Monika Konvičná, Destination management Beskydy - Wallachia.

Verification and opening ceremonies were completed in July, and maps are now available to all cyclists. The most attractive trails are undoubtedly a very difficult route from Pusteven (1,010 m above sea level), which can be reached by car, bike or chairlift with a hinged wheel, along the tourist signs to Mír cottage and further to Černá hora, Velká Polana, Radhošť (1,139 m nm) and around the statue of Radegast back to Pustevny.

"Maps will find fans of cycling in the Beskydy Information Centers,"
says Monika Konvičná, saying that Radegast's circuits are only a fraction of cycling attractions in the Beskydy Mountains and Wallachia. Most routes and information is concentrated on the Beskydy Cycle portal, which contains a comprehensive list of mountain biking trails, but also useful tips and advice.

The pride of the Beskydy Mountains and Wallachia is the guides - cyclists , who will take the trip for a trip. So without worrying about the choice of routes and signs, according to the chosen difficulty and experience for children as well. It is also necessary to add attractive, unconventional singletrails (cycling "one-way" for experienced and beginners) in the top of the mountains of Moravian-Silesian Beskids.

At this time, the Beskydy tourist area of ​​the singletrail on Bílá, where there are several differently challenging trails, and enjoy the diving elements while driving down. Other cycling "one way" are also at Frenštát pod Radhoštěm in Horečky.

"To whom this trace does not suit, he can find his travel plan at the Beskydy portal or the Beskydy, where tips for nearly 1,100 kilometers of cycle paths are divided into about 40 labeled routes," says Konvičná. The lowest point of the cycle paths is only 225 meters above sea level at the Olešná Aquapark, the highest peak at 1315 under Lysá hora. In addition, the offer of electric bicycles has been extended this year and the charging stations are already in more than 14 places in the Beskydy Mountains.

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