White sports enthusiasts can discover Poland to cater superb conditions to train their skills, no matter whether they prefer cross-country skiing, recreational skiing, or downhill racing.
The Tatras in southern Poland are of alpine character. They are usually covered with snow from December through March, in highest areas the snow coverage remains till May. Zakopane, located at the foot of the Tatras is sometimes dubbed winter capital of Poland. Zakopane often hosts plenty contests. There are numerous skiing amenities nearby and in the town itself there are many accommodations, and plenty of ski shops with skiing gear on sale and for rent.
Though snow cover in the proximate Beskidy Mountains does not remain that long, the mountains also cater some of exciting ski trails. The most suitable facilities are provded at the Silesian Beskid (in the south west of Poland). The peak of Mt. Skrzyczne and the peak of Mt. Czantoria Wielka are the most attractive in the area. In the Bieszczady Mountains (south east of Poland) one may experience the best skiing on the Polonina Wetlinska, Polonina Carynska, Mt. Szeroki Wierch, and Mts Wielka and Mala Rawka. Not less intriguing are the Sudety Mountains (south west of Poland) with such ski centers as Zieleniec in the Orlickie Range and the Massif of Mt. Snieznik.
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Polish ski resorts are remarkable for having all ski facilities and options. The ski conditions here are of world-class standard.