Ski resorts in Poland offer various options for winter sports enthusiasts. The most famous among its resorts is Zakopane that caters lots of trails and well-developed lift network. The most popular slopes here are of Mt. Kasprowy Wierch and Gubalowka Hill. Cross-country skiing is best at the Sciezka pod Reglami trail, and on the slopes of Cyrhla and Gubalowka Hills. If you are an expert skier, you may check out the slalom run on Mt. Nosal. An amazing number of folk instruments may be found in the neighboring village of Istebna with its traditionally mountaineer-style wooden buildings. If you are interested in handmade lace, you may visit village of Koniakow nearby.
The Karkonosze Mountains (south west of Poland) are the home for Polish white sports enthusiasts. The snow covers the mountains during 6 months of the year. The major ski centers are Karpacz and Szklarska Poreba, where ski amenities cater slopes suitable for all from expert skiers and beginners.
If you prefer cross-country skiing, you may set off for the northern Poland, for instance, Mazurian region - near Goldap, or Kaszuby region.
Zakopane is famous for its incredible nature and celebrated as the only Polish ski resort which boasts first-class quality of service, groomed trails and well-developed infrastructure, in general.