Lower Silesian - tourist attractions (page 3)

markerA Kamieńczyk waterfall Kamieńczyk waterfall (846 m) - the highest waterfall in the Polish Sudetes. Water from stream Kamieńczyk falls through three cascades from a height of 27 m. After the middle cascade there is a cave artificially forged by Walończycy, who centuries ago were searching here for amethysts and pegmatites.... Kamieńczyk waterfall - photo
markerB Szklarki waterfall Szklarki waterfall is the second highest (after the 27 m high Kamieńczyk) waterfall in Polish Giant Mountains. Szklarki waterfall is situated at an altitude of 520 m above the sea level and has a height of 13.3 m. It has a wide cascade, a characteristic tapering and twisting downward spiral. Water... Szklarki waterfall - photo
markerC SkiArena Szrenica SkiArena Szrenica - a set ski slopes in Szklarska Poręba on the slopes of Szrenica and Łabski Summit. In total there is 1 black run, 2 red and 3 easy with overall length of 10.5 km. The longest slope has length of 4 km. SkiArena Szrenica - photo
markerD Szrenica Szrenica (1362 m a.s.l. German Reifträger) is a mountain peak situated in the western part of Karkonosze on Polish and Czech border within the Karkonosze National Park. Its name originates from the Polish word szron(frost). There is a weather station situated close to the summit. The peak is defores... Szrenica - photo
markerE Fort Charles Fort Charles (German Blockhaus, Fort Carl) - remnants of the fort on Mount Bird (841 m) near Lisia Pass. Fort was built in 1790, on the orders of King Frederick William II of Prussia as a small watch tower on the border between Prussia and Austria. It had a crew composed of few people guarding the r... Fort Charles - photo
markerF Shelter Strzecha Akademicka Shelter Strzecha Akademicka is located in the Giant Mountains National Park, on one of the routes leading from Karpacz to Snow White. Located 1258 meters above sea level, between the Cauldron of Small Pond and White Jar, about 10 minutes away from another shelter - Samotnia. Currently hostel has 14... Shelter Strzecha Akademicka - photo
markerG Kopa Ski Resort Kopa Ski Resort in Karpacz is a complex located in Karpacz in the Giant Mountains (Karkonosze) on the northern slopes of Mount Kopa (1377 m). It is located in the neighbourhood to Śnieżka in the National Park of Karkonosze. On the premises there are 8 ski lifts: 2 black, 1 red, 4 blue and 1 green w... Kopa Ski Resort - photo
markerH Shelter Samotnia Shelter Samotnia belongs to PTTK. Named after Waldemar Siemaszko is located near the Little Pond in Karkonosze mountains. It can be reached along the blue trail from the Temple of Wang (about 1 hr.) or descending from the Academic Strzecha (about 10 min). Currently shelter has 49 beds. There is al... Shelter Samotnia - photo
markerI Sněžka Sněžka or Śnieżka (in Czech and Polish, Schneekoppein German) is a mountain on the border between the Czech Republic and Poland, the most prominent point of the Silesian Ridge in the Krkonoše mountains. At 1,602 metres (5,256 ft), its summit is the highest point in the Czech Republic, in the Krkonoš... Sněžka - photo
markerJ Vang stave church Vang stave church (Świątynia Wang) is a stave church which was bought by the Prussian King and transferred from Vang in Norway and re-erected in 1842 in Brückenberg near Krummhübelin Germany, now Karpacz in the Karkonosze mountains of Poland. The church is a four-post single-nave stave church origi... Vang stave church - photo

Lower Silesian - Tourist attractions