Ski resort - Zakopane


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Resort Overview

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Area Profile

Occupying a small valley between the impressive Tatra Mountains and the tiny hillside village of Gubalowka, Poland’s winter capital, Zakopane, is considered the birthplace of Polish skiing and is the biggest mountain resort in Europe north of the Alps.

It is an excellent location for your ski trip due to the
reliability and quality of the large snow falls. With the
increase in tourism in Poland, and more specifically the
xploding popularity of the region, the winter sports
facilities have benefited from substantial investment.

There are numerous ski areas to enjoy which appeal mainly to beginner and intermediate skiers. The pistes range from gentle learner slopes to more steep and challenging pistes so everyone can develop their skills during the week. The ski season begins in Zakopane from the end of December onwards. 

Technical Data:

Terrain Type

Beginner Runs: Beginner Runs 20% Intermediate Runs: Intermediate Runs 40% Advanced Runs: Advanced Runs 40% Expert Runs: Expert Runs %

Lifts

  • Total # Of Lifts: Total # Of Lifts 14
  • Gondolas & Trams: Gondolas & Trams N/A
  • High Speed Sixes: High Speed Sixes N/A
  • High Speed Quads: High Speed Quads N/A
  • Quad Chairs: Quad Chairs N/A
  • Triple Chairs: Triple Chairs N/A
  • Double Chairs: Double Chairs N/A
  • Surface Lifts: Surface Lifts 16

Elevation

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  • Top: 1960 m
  • Vertical Drop: 929 m
  • Bottom: 931 m

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Ski Picture Gallery

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