“A great station, with excellent prospects.” “A picturesque place” – That’s what skiers and snowboarders have to say about Jaworzyna Krynicka. The resort attracts visitors not only with its beautiful and wide panoramas of the Beskid Sądecki, but also with its six-seater gondola lift, two four-seater chair lifts, several t-bar lifts, as well as over 8 kilometres of picturesque ski slopes, including the longest illuminated piste in Poland (with a length of 2,600 metres).
How to get to the top of Jaworzyna? The easiest and fastest way to get there is by using a gondola from the Czarny Potok Valley. Once you reach the altitude of 1,114 metres above sea level, you will have several pistes to choose from. Going for Piste One means 2,600 metres of adventure on easy and medium slope, while Piste Two means a 900-metre or 1800-metre long (if you decide to go all the way downhill) intermediate slope. Do not forget about the demanding 1000-metre Piste Five with black designation and FIS approval. But that’s not all. The hosts of the station also thought about all the people who are not satisfied with the “regular” pistes. In the 1050-metre-long Krynistler snowpark, the adrenaline rush is simply guaranteed. The place offers several hills of various sizes, as well as multiple jib obstacles. There are also two lines – for the youngest skiing adepts and beginner skiers, as well as for those who do not know fear. In Jaworzyna Krynicka, you can also try your hand at slalom, on a piste that is approximately 700-metre-long, with time measurement. Children will soon be able to take advantage of a 200-metre-long Funpark, with attractive obstacles, of course. The vast majority of slopes are illuminated, groomed and can be covered with artificial snow. The resort also offers equipment rental, service and a ski school.