Wroclaw: Stolowe Mountains National Park

Stolowe Mountains (Table Mountains), are one of the ranges of Sudetes which spread along the border between Poland and Czechia. Its Polish part is protected as the Stolowe Mountains National Park and attracts tourists with fantastic rock formations which can be seen only in this part of Poland. The highest peak of this 42-kilometre-long mountain range is Szczeliniec Wielki. Another famous massif is Skalniak with the unique labyrinth of Bledne Skaly (in English: Errant Rocks). If you are a mountain and hiking lover, both sites are a must see while staying in Lower Silesia. You will be totally amazed by the views and unusual sandstone formations.

We offer private tours from Wroclaw to Stolowe Mountains on request.

Tour itinerary:

  1. hotel pick up at chosen time
  2. approx. 2,5 hours ride from Wroclaw to the labyrinth of Bledne Skaly (Errant Rocks) in Stolowe Mountains by private car/van with English speaking driver
  3. up to 1 hour of visiting the labyrinth of Bledne Skaly on your own:
  • on the way you will see various rock formations, such as rock clubs, mushrooms or pillars, some of them have personal names like:Stolowy Glaz (Table Boulder), Tunel (Tunnel), Kuchnia (Kitchen) or Kurza Stopka (Hen’s foot),
  • there are few very narrow passages on the trail,
  • parts of the route run along wooden footbridges (in case of bad weather conditions),
  • the entire trail is clearly marked and the rock formations are numbered,
  • you need approx. 40 minutes to complete the entire trail.

4. meeting our driver after the hike in the labyrinth of Bledne Skaly,
5. up to 30 min drive from the labyrinth of Bledne Skaly to the parking located near to the entrance of the trail leading to the Szczeliniec Wielki
6. up to 2,5 hours of hiking on your own to the top of the Szczeliniec Wielki (approx. 45 min hike each way plus 1 hour of free time on the top where you can have lunch and rest):

  • the first stage is 700 steps of the stairs leading up to the mountain,
  • hiking through the most unique rock formations with numerous narrows,
  • reaching the highest peak of the Stolowe Mountains – 919 metres above sea level; the highest point is a rock called Armchair of Great Grandfather
  • rest at the tourist shelter “Na Szczelincu” which is located on the top; one of two facilities in Poland (the other is the Shelter in the Valley of Five Ponds in the Tatra Mountains) that cannot be reached by car in any way. There is no road here on which any vehicle could travel. The only way to get there is on foot.

7. meeting our driver again after the hike
8. approx. 2,5 hours drive back from Stolowe Mountains National Park to Wroclaw,
9. drop off at your hotel in Wroclaw

Whole tour lasts up to 9 hours

Prices:

  • 820 PLN per person (1 person)
  • 430 PLN per person (2 persons)
  • 300 PLN per person (3 persons)
  • 270 PLN per person (4 persons)
  • 230 PLN per person (5 persons)
  • 200 PLN per person (6 persons)
  • 180 PLN per person (7 persons)
  • Contact us (8 persons or more)

What is included?:

  • hotel pick up in Wroclaw and drop off after the tour
  • service of our private English speaking driver during whole tour,
  • transportation by private, comfortable, air-conditioned car / minivan,
  • up to 1 hour of self-guided hiking in the labyrinth of Bledne Skaly,
  • entrance tickets to the labyrinth of Bledne Skaly,
  • up to 2,5 hours of self-guided hiking to the Szczeliniec Wielki,
  • entrance tickets to the Szczeliniec Wielki,
  • free time on the top of the Szczeliniec Wielki; perfect for lunch,

Basic hiking information:

Labyrinth of Bledne Skaly

  • difficulty level: easy
  • starting point: Parking by the labyrinth of Bledne Skaly – 838 metres above the sea level
  • destination point: the labyrinth of Bledne Skaly – 852 metres above the sea level
  • total length of the trail both ways – approx.1,4 km
  • it is recommended to take a raincoat, comfortable shoes and clothes in case the weather changes unexpectedly

Szczeliniec Wielki

  • difficulty level: easy
  • starting point: Parking by the Szczeliniec Wielki – 783 metres above the sea level
  • destination point: Top of the Szczeliniec Wielki- rock called Armchair of Great Grandfather – 913 metres above the sea level
  • total length of the trail both ways – approx.1,5 km
  • it is recommended to take a raincoat, comfortable shoes and clothes in case the weather changes unexpectedly

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