Singltrek pod Smrkem is a network of connected singletrack mountain bike trails of different difficulty. You can borrow a bike near the pond at the south-east of the town (look for signs to Jindřichovice pod Smrkem). You can also start on the south, there is a parking lot about 500 m from the border of the town. Some of the tracks cross the border to Poland, to nearby Świeradów-Zdrój.
Smrk (1124 m) is the highest mountain of Jizera Mountains on the Czech side. You can climb the view tower on the top (for free), if the weather is nice, you can see all Jizera mountains, Ještěd and even Krkonoše. The trip is about 7 km (one way).
A small swimming pool was re-opened in a historical building after a reconstruction in 2005. Sauna, jacuzzi and wellness services are also available there, as well as low cost accommodation (from 170 Kč / night / bed).
A spring of mineral water naturally rich on carbon dioxide, with some tables and benches to do a picnic in the woods.
Nové Město pod Smrkem has a network of about 25 km of maintained marked cross country skiing tracks.
Nové Město pod Smrkem is a town at the north foot of Jizera Mountains, near the border with Poland. It was founded in the 16th Century in the vicinity to tin ore mines at the nearby mountain. Later on from the 17th century, when the deposits were depleted, the textile industry become the main source of livelihood.
After the WWII, similarly to other places in this region, most of the original German population was displaced and their houses were taken by Czech and Polish newcomers.