Snow has disappeared from the streets of Warsaw, but there is more and more of it on Szczęśliwice Hill. The artificial snowmaking is over, so every ski and snowboard enthusiast can use the only whole- year ski slope in Warsaw.
The ski slope in Warsaw’s Ochota is 200 m long. Skiers and snowboarders can use two ski lifts the chairlift and the platter lift, as well as the observation deck, from which you can view the city panorama. The lighted ski slope is open every day from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Snow frenzy lovers can choose between two types of passes- – based on time or points, more info on aktywnawarsza.pl.
Because of the pandemic it is important to remember about sanitary restrictions: to keep the 1.5 m distance in queues and lines to lifts, on the slope and the whole building area, to cover your nose and mouth while being in the common areas of the building, and not to forget hand sanitation.
There are ski schools and an equipment rental point operating in the Szczęśliwice Centre, so even beginners can perfect their skills under the tutelage of qualified instructors.
The Szczęśliwice Centre is the only place of this kind in Mazovia and one of few in Poland. The ski slope is one of the biggest places of this kind in Europe. It is located in the Szczęśliwice Park, 22 Drawska Street, Ochota District in Warsaw.