Małopolska trails for everyone! From the Tatra peaks to the springs of Szczawnica

Kasprowy Wierch cable car suspended on metal cables above the treetops
Famous for its wealth of nature, cultural monuments and unique historical heritage, Małopolska is a region for every tourist. Investment in tourism infrastructure and the development of paths adapted to people with diverse needs are becoming more widespread. All this is because Małopolska tourism is a bridge connecting different worlds and people Where can you enjoy unlimited access to the beauty of the region? We’ll give you a hint!

Barrier-free Tatra trails

Are the highest mountains in Poland barrier-free? Thereundeniably are such places! For those who are not able to hike the trails on their own, the beauty of the Tatras awaits elsewhere!

You can ride the cable car to Kasprowy Wierch and admire the majesty of the mountains on the viewing terrace, or marvel at one of the most beautiful panoramas of the Tatra Mountains on Mt Gubałówka where the funicular railway will take you. Suppose you feel like a bit more of a workout, then you can take a 9 km asphalt road (serpentine and somewhat steep in places) to the most beautiful place in the Tatra MountainsMorskie Oko.

Ojców National Park

Deotymy Needle, Krakowska Gate, Chapel on the Water, Hercules’Mace and Pieskowa Skala Castle are just a few unusual stops during a trip to the Ojców National Park, the smallest but one of the most beautiful parks in the country.

In addition to unusual rock formations, unique natural monuments and historical sites, you can delve into the region's culinary flavours. Here you can enjoy a delicious, smoky-smelling Ojców trout, which is one of the most delicious culinary showpieces of Małopolska. The main trail in the park is a comfortable tarmac road accessible to everyone. Isn't it an excellent idea for a weekend getaway?

The world as seen from the mountain(s)!

How about a visit to Krynica-Zdrój? Apart from the great time you can spend in this very picturesque spa, a great attraction awaits you – a wooden observation tower almost 50 metres high!

A one-kilometre-long educational and nature path leads to its top, guaranteeing a phenomenal panorama of the Beskid Sądecki. A walk among the diverse attractions of trees, the spa waters, the mountains and nature – such a set guarantees a successful trip!

Szczawnica and the Pieniny

It is one of the most magical places on the map of Poland, and you should not miss it! Although it is a mountainous area, there is something for everyone! A beautiful scenic walking route running along the Dunajec river, the famous Pieniny Road, the legendary going down rivers with unique rafts, a visit to the pump room and delicious coffee in the famous café next door, or a trip by chairlift to the top of Mt Palenica – all prepared so that everyone can freely enjoy the attractions. Wheelchair users may need some assistance on the slightly steep climb to the pump room.


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