Poland is a destination usually hailed for its cultural heritage, however, its southern borders lay claim to fabulous mountain ranges. From January through to early March the temperatures sit around 5° to -15°C and turn this area into the perfect winter wonderland. Due to the fantastic winter climate Polish mountain resorts have grown in popularity and recognition in recent years. Coupled with the picturesque wooden houses, hot, sweet wine and warming stews, Poland has become an ideal winter destination.
The Tatra Mountains form a natural border between Poland and Slovakia and this stunning angular mountain range is the perfect destination for our mixed activity weeks. Away from the bustle of the busier resorts, this area allows us to explore a variety of activities, in relative isolation. Whether we are snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, dogsledding or even downhill skiing, we are blessed with the terrain and trails in Poland that offer a fun-packed week of winter activities.
To complement the fantastic winter resorts, Poland also has a rich culture you should always make time to discover Krakow, a city that unites old and new. Take the time to explore the fabulous churches, stroll around the old Jewish quarter or have coffee in one of the chic cafes.