Skiing & ski rental in Poland

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Poland: an up-and-coming winter sports destination

Affordable winter holidays at small ski resorts

In Poland, many small ski resorts dominate the winter sports scene. Small – in this case – means a cosy atmosphere, a manageable size, but also "small" prices. Spending your winter holidays in the Central European Republic is not only very affordable but also enjoyable.

At the same time, Poland impresses with a relatively large selection of ski resorts. Most of them are located in the south of the country, where the highest mountains can be found, the Carpathian and Sudeten Mountains. Another characteristic of the Polish ski resorts is that, in recent years, rapid progress towards modernisation has been made.

Tip: The mountains of the High Tatras are not just popular for their perfect slope conditions. Tatra National Park is also one of the most beautiful places for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in Poland. 

Do you want to test brand-new winter sports equipment while on ski holiday? Then you're in luck because you're guaranteed to find the latest gear in the numerous INTERSPORT Rent locations in Poland!

Ski rental in Poland

Your INTERSPORT Rent shops in Poland

Renting and testing skis or snowboards is a piece of cake with INTERSPORT Rent, even in Poland. You can choose your desired equipment online right away. On the day you want to hit the slopes, you can simply pick it up at the INTERSPORT Rent shop of your choice.

The best part: If you have any questions or need to finetune the fit of your gear, our experienced RENTertainers are happy to help you out. 

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More about the ski resorts

Zakopane is often called the "capital of the Polish mountains", "St. Moritz of Poland" or the "Polish winter sports capital". It's undoubtedly the most famous location for winter sports in the country — whether that's skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing or ski jumping. The smaller ski resorts are perfect for families.

Five popular ski resorts in Poland: 

  • Zakopane (High Tatras / Carpathians)
    The largest and most popular winter sports region in Poland spans the area around the local landmark mountain of Zakopane, Kasprowy Wierch. The resort is about 100 kilometres south of Krakow, and there are 15 kilometres of slopes for all skill levels. 
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  • Karpacz (Giant Mountains)
    Karpacz is a winter sports resort with a long-standing tradition. Sniezka, the highest mountain in the region, is a highlight for ski tourers and winter hikers. Kopa ski resort offers six manageable slopes for skiers and snowboarders.
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  • Szklarska Poreba (Giant Mountains)
    The resort is part of the Szrenica Ski Arena and comprised of close to 20 kilometres of slopes – including a FIS downhill run. The longest cross-country ski trail, with 4.5 kilometres, is called Lolobrygida
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  • Jakuszyce (Giant Mountains)
    Jakuszyce is the epicentre of the cross-country skiing scene in Poland. The beautiful trails – a whopping 250 kilometres of them – are maintained by the Polish Ski Association. It's also said that you can find the best snow in the country there.
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  • Silesian Beskids
    The mountain range is located about 100 kilometres south of Katowice, where there is an international airport. The towns of Bielsko Biala, Szczyrk and Wisla are good starting points for exploring the ski resorts of the region. 

By the way: You can find more information on skiing in Poland at

Skiing in Poland is right for you if ...

... you like small, manageable ski resorts.

... an inexpensive winter holiday is just what you're looking for. 

... you are planning a winter family holiday in Poland.

... you have always wanted to go cross-country skiing in Poland.


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