Bartošovice v Orlických horách is a tourist destination on the border with Poland and a center of winter sports. There are ski lifts in the vicinity, as well as cross-country ski runs and numerous hiking trails.
The town is small, but there are many guesthouses and agritourism farms in it. A lot of traditional Sudeten buildings from the 19th century have been preserved here. There is also a baroque church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Due to their location, Bartošovice v Orlických horách are perfect places for active rest both in summer and winter. There are many hiking trails that lead, among others to the attractive Pod Przednim Wierzchołkiem peat bog reserve. Another excursion destination is the Anensky vrch lookout tower on the border between Czech Republic and Poland. There are also routes for mountain biking.
In winter, there are numerous ski lifts, ski slopes and cross-country trails in the area. Bartošovice v Orlických horách are considered the cradle of skiing in this region. The local wheelwright made skis here before the First World War.