Skiing in Poland - Everything you need to know
Are you looking to book your next ski trip? We’re sure you’ve done some research, but do you know where one of the hottest spots to hit slopes this year is?
Poland. Yes, you read that right!
After years of flying under the radar, Poland is slowly emerging as one of Europe’s top alternative ski destinations. Here you’ll find small resorts without the overcrowding of more popular areas, with great runs all at an affordable price.
So, before you start booking, here is everything you need to know about Skiing in Poland.
Where to Go:
Kotelnica Białaczańska Ski Resort: Advanced Skiiers/Boarders.
With over 14kms worth of routes for all levels, Kotelnica has something for everyone. All the hire you may need is available and there are multiple inns nearby where you can relax after a long day at the slopes. A 14 day will cost as little as €232, and you can travel here by bus, which will only take two hours and cost as little as €5.
Male Ciche Ski Resort: Beginners and Skiiers of all levels.
At this ski resort, you’ll find 3.8kms worth of slopes, and 4 lifts to transport you up and down the mountain. This spot is ideal for beginners, looking to master their skills. There are a number of restaurants, and various accommodation options available. There is even a wellness spa to relax your tired muscles after a long day on the slopes. A single day pass will cost around €20.
You can get here via train (€7) or by bus (€5).
Where to Hire:
Kotelnica Białaczańska Ski Resort:
The two best options to hire your gear are U Macka and rhSPORT. You can hire your equipment in advance via the U Macka website.
Male Ciche Ski Resort:
We recommend Wypożyczalnia Serwis Panorama for all your hire needs. Daily rental for skis and boots starts from as little as €8 for a day. Perfect for those on a budget who’d like to hit the slopes for a day!
Where to stay:
After a long day on the slopes, we have two great hotels located nearby to both of these fantastic ski resorts.
Bachledówka Hotel is a very unique hotel that offers a lot to its visitors. Here you can relax in the jacuzzi, a swimming pool, and plenty of other activities should you get tired of skiing. The rooms are comfortable, stylish, and affordable. What more could you want?
Limba Grand & Resort is ideal if you’d like a taste of luxury on your trip. This stunning hotel features a classic design, stylish rooms, and all the amenities you could wish for including wifi, a spa, a jacuzzi, and the option of a continental or buffet breakfast.
Where to eat:
No matter which resort you choose, and where you spend the night, you need to eat at Regionalny Bar Mleczny. This stunning traditional mark bar has been designed like a wooden chalet and serves polish classics for as little as €4.