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The popularity of cross-country hiking on skis is on the increase every year. No wonder. It’s a great sport for everyone as a natural extension of the summer season and one of the best ways of prolonging a healthy life. You can meet teenagers and eighty-year-olds on ski routes not only in Scandinavia but across the whole of Europe. And it’s hard to tell the differences between the three-generations.

Cross country skiing / © Tomasz Gębuś │Polish Tourist OrganisationCross country skiing / © Polish Tourist OrganisationCross country skiing / © Polish Tourist Organisation
Cross country skiining on the lowlands
  • The Suwałki region, north-eastern Poland is a land of forests and lakes ideally suited to cross-country skiing.
  • Around Warsaw is a 16-km long route crosses the Jozefow dunes by the Świder River in the Masovian Landscape Park.
  • Kampinos Forest ski trails, are marked out through the winter scenery of this ancient forest in the National Park.
  • Masuria, the Land of a Thousand Lakes contains many kilometers of skiing trails crossing its picturesque countryside.
  • Łódź, there are routes in the Balimow forest through the nature reserve, ‘Siwica Clearing’, and the lowland Rawka River.
Cross country skiining in the mountains
  • Sudetes Mountains, area for amateurs of crosscountry skiing with 80 km of well-kept trails.
  • The Tatra Mountains and Podhale region, there are various interesting cross-country skiing trails.
  • Beskidy Mountains the numerous skiing trails pass through well-known skiing resorts: Szczyrk, Wisła, Ustroń and Korbielow.
  • Bieszczady Mountains, length of the skiing trails in Bieszczady exceeds 130 km. They have been put together for cross-country and skitouring.



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