Szczyrk is one of the best ski resorts in Poland, even if the weather is nasty, which is quite probable here, in the Middle Europe. There’s a whole bunch of attractions provided – both in the winter season, and in summer alike. Rain or heat, you won’t get bored here. Hiking in the mountains, biking, quads and buggy cars – choose something nice for yourself! Both the vehicles and all the necessary equipment can be rented on the spot, at the hotel. All you need to provide yourself is energy and good mood, we’ll take care of all the rest.
Aktive Entspannung das ganze Jahr hindurch
40 km ski pistes
One ski pass and pistes of various difficulty
10 ski lifts
Including a modern gondola lift and two six-person couches
If you love cross-country skiing, Szczyrk has much to offer. Ski pistes, being respectively 1 km, 2,5 km, 3 km, 5 km or even 7,5 km long in the very heart of nature.
After a busy day, full of adventures, relax in one of the remarkable restaurants of the city or our SPA.
38 hiking trails
If you love hiking Szczyrk will be a splendid starting point for you.
34 km biking trails
Trails both for beginners and advanced cyclists
Cross-country skiing trails
Hiking is not your cup of tea? Choose cross-country skiing! Relaxation amongst nature.
Paradise all the year round
Szczyrk is surrounded by 9 wonderful mountains. Nobody can stay indifferent to the beauty of this valley.
Discover the attractions of Szczyrk
Winter and Summer
The Szczyrk Mountain Resort
offers 25 km pistes for beginners and advanced skiers.
The Sports – Recreational Centre Beskid Sport Arena is a kingdom of skiing and so much more.
Silesian Beskids Landscape Park
Covers the Silesian Beskids mountain range.
The buffer zone surface:
Klimczok (1117 m a.s.l.) is a mountain located in the northern part of the Vistula Range in the Silesian Beskid Mountains.
St. James’ Square
The St. James’ Square in Szczyrk is located in the very heart of the city. Well-loved by the local inhabitants and tourists alike.
Skalite Ski Jumping Hill
The sports traditions of this complex date back to the 30s of the 20th century.