„Two Valleys” ski station in Muszyna-Wierchomla
The “Two Valleys” ski area features 11km of slopes, two chair lifts and 7 drag lifts. You can find here various slopes for beginners and advanced skiers as well as the longest (3km) illuminated slope in Poland, snow park associated with apres-ski bars and restaurants on the slopes. The station is also open in summer. During holiday time, there is a renting of bikes and quads open for the visitors, along with paintball, downhill, 4xCross, Nordic walking, sports field, tennis court and various running and biking trails – all at the disposal of the visitors.
Ski Center Jaworzyna
Distance : 37km
Jaworzyna is a ski station located nearby Krynica-Zdroj. Main advantage of the center is the modern 6-seats gondola lift, leading to the top of the Jaworzyna Krynicka mountain (1114m ASL). Besides, there is 8 other chair and drag lifts. Skiers and snowboarders have, at their disposal, 7 well-prepared slopes of various difficulty levels and totalling 8km in length. With over 150 days of snowy conditions during a year, Jaworzyna belongs to one of the most attractive ski areas in Poland.
Slovakia : Lomnica, Jamy and Skalnate Pleso
Tatranska Lomnica belongs to the well-known tourist and ski sports centers in Slovakia. This spa resort lies at the southern bank of the second highest mountain of the rocky Tatra range – Lomnica (2632m ASL). The raise of the resort began in 1882 and, very quickly, a great number of guest-houses, and hotels was built inside of carefully architected parks and walking routes. Tatranska Lomnica is nowadays a very popular tourist place in the Slovak Tatra. There are two ski areas in vicinity of Lomnica: Jamy and Skalnate Pleso. A great number of ski lifts and various slopes give the visitors a chance to take advantage of all winter benefits and skiing in the great Tatra Mountains. 4km long cable car, leading up to the Lomnica mountain top brings skiers to the long and tough slope starting at the height of 2190m ASL. The second ski area of Jamy is located westwards from Lomnica, on the way to Smokowiec.