The winter will come!

The resort is bound to open on 18 December


"These large and rich investments of the last three years make it quite a task to surprise the Guests coming to Szczyrk with something spectacularly new. Nevertheless, you still haven’t seen the last of our potential and new projects are to come, both these summer and those winter ones. Something which our Guests did wait most eagerly for was changing the price policy which shall give you both lower prices and hourly ski passes. These can be purchased at the ticket offices and activated respectively at 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm.

The Szczyrk Mountain Resort is a member of the Polish Ski and Tourist Stations Organisation (PSNiT) which represents the ski industry in Poland. We do believe with all our hearts that we will manage to work out all the rules necessary for the safe operation of our resort. In the summer period, we introduced many solutions and procedures aimed at improving the overall safety, i.e. disinfecting the gondola and chairlifts, special corridors and markings."

Grzegorz Przybyła
General Manager of the Szczyrk Mountain Resort

 


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About Szczyrk

We are one of the largest ski resorts in Poland, located in the very heart of the Silesian Beskids, on such peaks as the Little Skrzyczne (Małe Skrzyczne) 1211 a.s.l. and the Middle Wierch (Wierch Pośredni) 1000 m a.s.l. Our resort offers more than 22 kilometres of varied alpine ski pistes (including 5 km of illuminated ones). Thus, it’s pretty obvious that if you’re fond of the white craze, you’ll surely find the place a great deal to your liking. We cooperate with the Central Sports Centre (Centralny Ośrodek Sportu) and the Beskid Sport Arena. In this way, since 2017, one ski pass is enough to enjoy 40 kilometres of pistes in total.



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