Szczyrk tours and sightseeing
Szczyrk is a town in the Beskid Slaski, situated in the valley of the Zylica, 15 kilometres south of Bielsko-Biala and 17 kilometres south of Zywiec. The town is a popular winter sports centre, with over 60 km of ski routes served by 30 ski lifts. Two of ski routes comply to the FIS standards, many are supplied with snow and lit. There are FIS-licensed runs for snowboards (half pipe giant slalom and parallel).The principal training centre for Poland’s Winter Olympic athletes is based in the town, where they train for events such as skiing, ski jumping and ice skating. The ski jumping in the Youth Winter Olympics 2009 took place in Szczyrk. The two mountain ranges that surround the valley are dominated by the peaks of Skrzyczne (1,257m) and Klimczok (1,117m), both of significant interest to tourists. The routes are mostly accessible for the able-bodied, Skrzyczne being accessible via chair-lift. Mount Trzy Kopce (1082 m) towering above Szczyrk has the longest cave in the Polish Beskidy, situated at 1000 m.
If you are going to spend some time in Szczyrk you will need to book your hotel and we encourage you to do it by using our hotel search panel on our website where you will find widest choice of hotels in Szczyrk and best rates.
We can also offer you many tours and activities like:
- skiing/snowboarding lessons with professional instructors
- sleigh rides
- mountain and bicycle tourism
We can also organize day tours from Szczyrk to:
- Czech Republic or Slovakia
Please contact us for more details.