This master thesis deals with social conflicts in mountain space. The aim is to understand visitors to the mountain space, to know their values and motives and to ascertain possible discrepancies between values and actual behavior. The numbers of visitors have grown and they present certain relations to the mountain space. Often they hold various claims and beliefs, related to the area, sometimes opposing each other. Because of that, we can see various conflicts emerging, between groups of visitors, based on environmental, political and economic issues. The thesis was tested upon a questionnaire which provided data on values and motives of the visitors in mountain space, data on conflicts between persons and groups. The thesis analyzed the conflicts and searched solutions to prevent and reduce conflicts between users in mountain space.