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Kvilda

  • the village of Kvilda (Außergefild in German) lies in the middle of the Šumava National Park - the largest national park in the Czech Republic
  • altitude: 1,065 m (highest village in the Czech Republic)
  • the average temperature on Jezerní slat is 2 °C
  • the minimum daily temperature of -41.6 °C was measured on January 30, 1987 at Jezerní slat
  • the maximum daily temperature of 31.3 °C was measured in July 2005 at Jezerní slat
  • the average number of frosty days in Horská Kvilda was 224
  • the annual maximum amount of precipitation was 1538 mm in 1995 at Kvilda
  • the annual minimum amount of precipitation was 700 mm in 1971 at Kvilda
  • the average annual rainfall in Kvilda was 1165 mm
  • the daily maximum amount of precipitation was recorded on June 15, 1969 at Kvilda (value 103 mm)
  • the maximum snow height of 225 cm was found on Kvilda in March 1988
  • the longest Czech river Vltava originates in the cadastre of the village, the length of the stream is 430 km
  • as of 1/1/2022, the village had 125 permanently registered residents
  • up to 1,000,000 visitors visit Kvilda per year
  • on Kvilda is the longest groomed sledding slope in Šumava
  • in Kvilda, approx. 60 km of cross-country tracks are groomed every winter
  • films were shot on Kvilda: King of Šumava (1959), Behind the Thorn Bush (1980), On the Poacher's Trail (1979), Under the Badger Rock (1978), Black Wolf (1971), Markéta Lazarová (1967), Modrava Police (2019)