The Ski Resort
The Skolnity-Wisla ski area is located right next to the town of Wisla in Poland on the border with the Czech Republic. It has 2.15 kilometres of prepared slopes, which have different levels of difficulty. So the area is just as suitable for beginners as for experienced skiers.
A 4-seater chairlift takes you up to the top at just under 660 metres. From there, skiers can then choose either the easier blue run or the red run. Except for a small steep section, the blue slope is also well suited for beginners and children. But the blue piste is also ideal for carving for advanced skiers. The red piste is a little further to the left, so that it is no longer in the direct field of vision of the chairlift.
At the bottom station there is a ski bar, the ticket office, a ski hire shop, the local ski school and a public toilet in the immediate vicinity. A little above there is a 70-metre-long belt lift for the very young skiers. Next to this lift there is a practice slope.
All the slopes are floodlit, so night skiing and tobogganing are also possible in Skolnity.
On Mountain Dining
The Skolnity restaurant is also located at the top station. It is bright and modern, with large panoramic windows. The mountain restaurant is self-service only, but offers a wide selection of dishes. From soups and meat dishes to vegetarian meals and children's portions, there is something for everyone. The homemade pizza from the stone oven is highly recommended. To avoid traffic jams at the self-service counter, each guest is given a small black device. As soon as the food is ready to be picked up, the device beeps.
Infrastructure & Rental
Number of Ski Rental
There is plenty of free parking at the valley station of the ski area.