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Kolej Linowa Kasprowy Wierch

Kasprowy Wierch

Kasprowy Wierch
Kuźnice 14, 34-500 Zakopane Tourist region: Tatry i Podhale
Tourist subregion: Tatrzański
tel. +48 222020300
bok@pkl.pl http://www.pkl.pl
General amenities: We accept credit card, On-line booking, Facilities for disabled people, On-line shopping
Services and facilities: Radio, Souvenir shop, Wi-Fi, Ski lift, Ski hire
Type of health and beauty amenities: Other
Parking: Car park
For many skiers and snowboarders, Kasprowy Wierch (1987 metres above sea level) is the Holy Mountain
– it is not only the best known peak in Poland, but also the only place where you can feel like in the Alps at least for a moment.
The views from Kasprowy Wierch and the pistes are simply breathtaking. From the top station, you can go down towards Hala Gąsienicowa and Hala Goryczkowa, and both trails are among the most difficult ones, marked with black colour. If you decide to choose the first solution, you will have to face
a 1200-metre long piste with FIS accreditation (served by four-person chair lift). The 1770-metre long piste to Hala Goryczkowa is not only one of the longest, but also the most beautiful ski slopes in Poland; however, this does not mean that it’s easy. These two pistes are not the end of skiing adventure on Kasprowy Wierch, since you can go down from both halls to Kuźnice. You have to keep in mind that the trail from Hala Goryczkowa (easy) is over 3500-metre long, while the trail from Hala Gąsienicowa (with red designation) boasts a length of 8500 metres.
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