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Ski Resorts in Poland

In Szklarska Poreba in Poland there work hotels and recreation centers from two to four stars year-round. They have meeting rooms, massage rooms, solariums and jacuzzis, billiard and bowling alleys, restaurants and swimming pools with view on mountains. In short, conditions in Poland are not worse and often even better than in other expensive western European mountain resorts. Prices at that are quite competitive. The cost of services package including accommodation in a double room at Shrenitsa hotel and two meals a day is about 500 euros. An individual tourist will pay in Poland from 30 to 50 euros per day for accommodation in a double room of a three-star hotel. Besides various ski slopes there are equipped rinks and excellent cross-country trails at the resort. Discos, museums and monuments of nature in Poland will brighten up leisure hours. For example, a 27-meter waterfall Kamenchik, which you can know better, going down into the gorge by the steps. Austrian investors, who own about 75% of what is built at the resort, contribute money in the development of the main ski resort of Poland Ski Arena. Here there are introduced the most modern standards of alpine technology and construction methods, development and maintenance of trails with varying degrees of complexity, new lifts installed.

There is however a serious problem retarding the progress in Poland. This is the position of Karkonosze National Park on the area of which the popular Polish resort is located. “Our Austrian partners are interested in further investments, – says the chief engineer of “SudetenlandLift” Pawel Gogolewski. – However, the park administration in Poland is against new facilities, assuming that their appearance will damage the reserve. On the Slovak side, in the same Karkonosze there are no such problems, there everything is successfully developed. But we are optimistic and ready to build new trails and lifts, including 6-seat chairlift – “sofa”, which will increase capacity from 8 to 10 – 12 thousand people per hour in Poland.”