Szczyrk Mountain Resort is one of the largest ski resorts in Poland. Situated in the Beskid Śląski mountain range, on the slopes of Małe Skrzyczne (1211 m) and Wierch Pośredni (1000 m). In winter, the town swathed in snow becomes one of the most visited ski resorts in the country.
The resort has over 23 km of various pistes, including 5 floodlit ones, which allows every fan of winter sports to find something to their liking.
Thanks to cooperation with the Polish Central Sport Centre and the Beskid Sport Arena, the resorts' clients can use a joint ski pass for 40 km of pistes. The ski resorts situated on the north slopes of the mountains, with additional artificial snowmaking ensure that skiers and snowboarders can use their attractions for long winter seasons.
In the winter season, numerous ski rentals and ski schools for beginners operate in the town. In the period of winter school holidays, the youngest visitors can benefit from activities at ski kindergartens where they can learn the skiing ABC under the supervision of qualified staff.