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Sniezka, Karpacz

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Hike in the alpine environment of Sniezka, a mountain on the border between the Czech Republic and Poland. Clear paths and ski lifts lead to the top with its disc-shaped observatory and a restaurant, a weather station, and a round, wooden chapel dedicated to St. Lawrence. Several shelters on the way up offer refreshments, such as beetroot soup and beer. Chains close to the top will make your journey safer. The summit is the highest point in the Czech Republic at 1,603 m (5,259 ft) above sea level. The most inaccessible side of the mountain is its south slope, which is cut with deep couloirs. Plan to visit Sniezka during your Karpacz vacation using our convenient Karpacz trip itinerary maker.
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Where to stay in Karpacz

Known as one of Poland's most popular mountain resorts, Karpacz offers lodgings ranging from comfortable hotels with all the modern amenities, to simply furnished rooms providing plenty of privacy but very few frills. Many locals rent neat little rooms in private houses--a perfect low-cost option for travelers on a tight budget. Visit Karpacz's main tourist office to find more information about registered renters. Alternatively, explore the town's eastern section, where you can find the majority of fine hotels and restaurants.
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  • Must-see of every mountain lover. Unfortunetly, the legendary disc-restaurant on Polish side is closed, so remember to have your own food and drink when going there on foot! It's also possible to get ...  more »
  • If you are going to Sniezka you will take the ski lift and walk to Kope. My advice is to continue your climb to Sniezka and return to Kope for something to eat. The walk to Kope is pleasant and easy. ...  more »
  • I have been to Sniezka some time ago. This time I came in October and could not see any nice views because of fog. But it was a very good experience to walk and climb and win with snow, fog and cold. ...  more »