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No. of slopes: 16
No. of lifts: 20

In the last decade or so, Poland has made a name for itself on the European ski scene for its family-friendly skiing and uncrowded slopes, but mostly for its affordability. From flights to accommodation, lift passes and transfers all of which will cost you just a fraction of what it would in other popular ski resorts such as Austria and France.  

With its rich history, timber-built lodges, charming little cottages and modern developments, Poland is a rather mesmerising place. So, if you’re looking for ski chalets in Poland, simply take a look at our collection of ski accommodation or fill in our online enquiry form if you are having any trouble finding the right ski chalets

Reasons to Consider Poland for Your Next Ski Trip   

Poland is a great alternative skiing destination for anyone looking to escape to the alps. What’s more, is that most of the winter sports are in the south, meaning that you can combine your ski trip with a visit to one of Poland’s most beautiful cities, Krakow.   

The countries top ski resorts are mostly located around two hours south of Krakow, in the southern part of the Podhale region at the foot of the Tatra Mountains and boarding the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Resorts such as Zakopane have become increasing popular for its skiing and is also known as the “Winter Capital of Poland”.    

Zakopane caters for all skiers of all abilities and has direct access to 16 individual pistes, served by 20 ski lifts. In the winter, thousands arrive in the resort to ski, especially from December through to February.  The best snow conditions are between January and the late end of April.    


Travel info

The nearest international airport to Zakopane is Krakow airport. 


Ski Pass info
i pass Adults Age: 16-64 years Junior Age: 11-15 years
Senior Age: 65-74 years
 Children up to 10 years
2 h 65 PLN 55 PLN 50 PLN
4 h 80 PLN 70 PLN 65 PLN
6 h 95 PLN 85 PLN 80 PLN
1 DAY 110 PLN 100 PLN 95 PLN
2 DAYS 200 PLN 180 PLN 170 PLN
3 DAYS 285 PLN 255 PLN 240 PLN
4 DAYS 365 PLN 325 PLN 305 PLN
5 DAYS 440 PLN 390 PLN 365 PLN
6 DAYS 510 PLN 450 PLN 420 PLN
7 DAYS 575 PLN 505 PLN 470 PLN
3 of 5 DAYS 295 PLN 265 PLN 250 PLN
5 of 7 DAYS 455 PLN 405 PLN 380 PLN
**4 h AFTER 4 P.M. 75 PLN 65 PLN 60 PLN
14 DAYS IN THE SEASON 999 PLN 880 PLN 810 PLN
SKI PASS SUPER SENIOR (AGE +75) - 5 PLN / DAY

Food/Restaurants info

There are plenty of places to choose from when dining out in Zakopane! From highland inns offering regional dishes, cheap milk bars, pizzerias and so much more!


Drinks/Bars info

With plenty of pubs, cafes and bars to choose from, you'll be spoilt for choice with things to do in the evenings in Zakopane.


Summer info

During the summer months Zakopane has plenty of great activities on offer and places to visit.  Spend the day hiking in the Tatra Mountains or take a dip in a thermal pool. You can also go kayaking or rafting through Dunajec Gorge or visit the towns local market, galleries, and museums.  

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    Poland's first catered eco chalet: Chalet Stardust

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