Being the most popular skiing mountain in Poland, with a height of 1.987 m ASL, Kasprowy Wierch is located almost in the centre of the Tatra mountain range and thus has excellent conditions to admire the Tatras as well as to practise winter sports.
Two ski runs start from the top of Kasprowy Wierch.
- The first one, leading to the Hala Gąsienicowa pasture, meets the FIS requirements, and the skiers may use a four-person chairlift with a capacity of 2400 persons/hour.
- The second one leads to the Hala Goryczkowa pasture. It is possible to ski down to Kuźnice from both the Hala Gąsienicowa and Hala Goryczkowa pastures.
Currently you can get to the top of Kasprowy Wierch by a modern cable car, twice as large as the previous one, with panoramic windows offering a great view of the Tatras
Source: PKL / www.pkl.pl/index.php?id=19&L=1