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Old 10-24-2005, 11:18 AM   #1
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I might be moving to Prague for a few months. I was wondering if theres any hiking in the czech republic. I have heard about a trail that goes from prague to vienna, but I think it is a flat trail. Im looking more for mountain ranges, and backcountry to hike in.
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Here's a site that has some info about mountain ranges around Czech.

Also, there's a gorgeous mountain range that borders Slovakia and Poland called the Tatra mountains that you might be interested in.

What's up with Prague? How come you might move there? That's totally cool though!
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Jamie beat me to it-- the Tatras are lovely from what my Slovakian friends tell me. Tons of hiking to be had.
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I found an english teaching job there that will pay enough for living expenses. And theres two big film schools in prague that im interested in, and the rumor is they are free if you learn to speak czech...

Thanks for the info on the mountain ranges, if you think of anymore around the area let me know.

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