Poland remains one of the great underrated ski destinations in Europe, as the heavy snowfall and gorgeous scenery more than match its illustrious neighbours to the East and West.
Poland contains much raw natural beauty and rugged landscapes, and off the mountains and skiing areas there are cute towns and villages to discover, as well as the ridiculously complex yet interesting history and culture of the country.
Take a pick from our selection of backcountry skiing trips and explore the delights of Poland.
Poland has an increasing reputation as a cheaper alternative to the more well-known mega-resorts of Western Europe, but with much the same quality of snow and scenery. The climate and conditions ensure amazing backcountry skiing is possible all Winter round, therefore ensuring the best bang for your buck.
Some of the backcountry skiing can be quite tough, so being fit and in good shape before arriving is paramount, as it will ensure you enjoy everything more.
The villages, towns and cities are full of intriguing histories and culture which they are very proud of, providing endless hours of exploration and discovery, thus ensuring there is always something to see and do.
In winter the temperatures can get very cold, so pack appropriately so as not to get caught out, and to maximise your comfort and enjoyment.
Summer is quite pleasant with temperatures in the 20's (celsius), while Winter can be very cold, and the temperature can drop to below freezing quite often.
Flights to Krakow and Warsaw from all major European hubs.
December to April, as the snowfall is heaviest and the weather is coldest.
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