The town of Oudoleň extends in the Horní Sázava Upland, 9 km southeast of Chotěboř at 550 m above sea level. The Oudoleňský creek, also called Oudoleňka, flows through the town. Around 1900, this little town had 787 of inhabitants whose number has reduced to less than a half to this date, specifically to 350. The first written mention of the town goes back to 1397. One of the town’s interesting sights is farmstead No. 20. It is a complex of residential and farm buildings from the end of the 18th century. The residential building prides itself on a well-preserved Classicist front with simple stucco ornaments. A monument devoted to the victims of WWI is attached to a 19th century chapel. Worth mentioning is also the building of a former mill and a contemporary structure of a community culture house.
Bus connections to Chotěboř and Havlíčkův Brod