We want to cite the results of Onet Travel Portal that every year test skiing resorts and prepares their ranking.
The full, original ranking is available at Onet Travel Portal here.
The best Polish ski resorts can be divided into small and big resorts.
by ski info include:
Below you will find descriptions of 3 the best of the big skiing resorts:
Szczyrk is situated in the southern Poland in Silesia Region. It is a tourist town with less than 6 thousand inhabitants. It is 103 km from Kraków (about 2 h ride) and 80 km from Katowice (about 1:15 h ride). Szczyrk has been one of the favorite resorts of Polish skiers for years. There are a number of ski stations in Szczyrk. The union of three ski stations in Szczyrk offer 40 km of ski runs on one ski pass. Recently, the lifts have been modernized, the routes have been connected with one common pass, new restaurants and parking lots have been built, and free ski buses bring tourists to the slopes. In Szczyrk, there are 23 routes of varying difficulty for skiers and snowboarders. The shortest is 560 m, and the longest is 2810 m. The slopes can be accessed by one of 12 cable cars or ski lifts. All this makes this place truly worth recommending.
Białka Tatrzańska is a village 23 km from Zakopane (Polish winter capital) and 102 km from Kraków (about 1:45 h ride). In Kotelnica Białczańska Resort in Białka Tatrzańka there are as many as 25 routes of various difficulty levels. From green, very easy ones, dedicated to beginner skiers, through easy (blue) runs, to difficult ones marked in red. The longest of them is 1900 m (easy), and the shortest 110 m (very easy) - a total of 14 kilometers of ski trails. Kotelnica is also eagerly visited by cross-country skiers due to its 5 well-prepared routes. There are also 12 ski lifts and 9 chairlifts in the resort.
Zieleniec is a village situated in Kłodzko Valley about 122 km from Wrocław (about 2 h drive). The resort’s history dates back to the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The microclimate in Zieleniec is the closest in Poland to the conditions in the Alps. Snow is here on average 150 days a year, which provides skiers and snowboarders with excellent conditions. Snow lovers can find here 23 km of slopes, 29 cableways and lifts, including 6 modern chair lifts. The ski infrastructure here is extremely rich.
Summing up, during winter season Poland has interesting ski resorts to offer, so it is worth to discover Poland also in winter. ITS-Poland DMC helps to organize skiing holidays in all the above mentioned places, just contact one of our professional advisors. We will help you with all your stay details: flights, transfers, ski passes, skiing equipment, hotel and restaurant bookings. Just check us!
Author: Agnieszka Szwedzińska