The hamlet of Jizerka is located at the Malá Jizerská Louka nature reserve in the middle of the Jizera Mountains. Around 30 buildings remain in contact with civilisation through a maintained mountain road. The plateau is a great place for cycling, cross-country skiing and walking through a landscape of forests, bogs, rocks and mountain streams.
Saint Anne pilgrimage
Cars prohibited(does not apply to those accommodated)
POLISH IZERA MOUNTAINS
You can get to the Polish Izera Mountains using the pedestrian border crossing at Smrk and above Harrachov train station.
A walking or cross-country skiing trip below Bukovec to the confluence of the Jizera and Jizerka streams. The pedestrian border crossing to Poland was restored here in July 2005 after 60 years. From here you can go to the 1km distant hamlet of Orle (with its distinctive pub) or to the beautiful Velká Jizerská Louka (and the even more distinct Chatka Górzystów). Across the high Jizerský ridge, you can get all the way to Smrk, or across Jakuszyce you can get to the Krkonoše Mountains.
Harrachov – the centre of the Western Krkonoše Mountains, to the Mumlava waterfalls, option of visiting the glassworks museum with demonstration of glass production, brewery, giant ski jump, golf course.