Northern and northern- east slope of Kasprowy Wierch.

The most popular “ski mountain” in Poland, 1987 m. above sea level. The location of Kasprowy Wierch almost in the middle of the Tatra Mountains’ range offers the possibility to admire the Tatra Mountains and to do one of the most beautiful sports – skiing and snowboard. Except for the cabin railway running all year long especially for skiers there are also two chair-lifts in a valley of Goryczkowa and Gasienicowa.

Opening hours:
From 8:00 am or 9:00 am until 5:45 pm depending on a season.

On lower parts there are numerous restaurants, bars, ski rentals, ski service, ski instructors, queues to the lifts even after the high season, relatively high prices.

Cable railways Gasiennicowa – 8 zloty’ s, Goryczkowa – 10 zloty’s, Kasprowy Wierch – 18 zloty’ s, ski- pass for 10 up hill rides, holiday periods, reduced fares for children.

Schedule describes cables:
Railways to Kasprowy Wierch- 30 places in a single wagon, Gorczykowa- double chair- lifts, Gasiennicowa- 4 persons chair- lift.

Description  Kasprowy Wierch Gasiennicowa Goryczkowa
The price per ticket in zloty’ s 18 8 10
Capacity per hour  180 2400 720
Length of ski route in m  4291 1156 1730
Difference of height  in m 929 350 610
Artificial snow 
Snowboard  + + +
Retracts  + + +
Difficulty  _ + +