While visiting Harrachov, a hamlet-like town in northern Czech Republic, we were walking down the street and noticed a "bob sled rides" sign. We thought, what fun! Well we had a riot! You get on an individual sled with a type of joy stick, which you use to regulate your own speed. It is hooked to a track that takes you up to the top of the mountain. The track then releases and you literally can go "flying" down the hill. The track is about 4,593 feet long and sits at the bottom of the Hřebínek forest hill. In addition to the bob sleds, there is also a part of the park that offers an approx. 1,417 foot climbing center with 32 obstacles. While we were at the bobsled ride we noticed people zip lining above us. I'm thinking it was part of the obstacle course. Next time we go to Harrachov, we plan on spending a whole day there. As you can't see the hill from below, I don't have any photos of it, but you can go on to their website and see the layout and everything.
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