All-year artificially iced chute was constructed on the Kolorowa slope in Karpacz. Poland’s longest metal pipe meanders on the distance of 1060 metres. It has fourteen bends, two tunnels and the world’s only spiral turn. With the possibility of running at the speed of 35 kilometres per hour, this chute provides lots of excitement. Any little elevation covered with snow is enough for children to come out and play with sledges. All Polish winter sports centres host kids, although not all of them have so attractive sledge runs as Karpacz, Bielsko-Biała or Szczyrk. Szczyrk boasts a natural 1000 metre- long chute leading from the Karkoszczonka Pass to Szczyrk Biła. Sledge riding for recreational purposes can be enjoyed in many places. Winter sports organizers prepare slopes for both skiers and sledge riders. Sledge riding can be enjoyed in Zakopane as well as in the nearby Bukowina Tatrzańska. Slopes for sledge riders in the Bieszczady and the Beskids can also be recommended, especially in Krynica, Żegiestów, Rajcza, Zwardoń, Wisła, Ustroń, Rabka, and in dozens of smaller winter sports centres.