Category: Accommodation
Parish house - guest rooms

street Wiślańska 62
43-370 Szczyrk
Beskid Śląski
in the mountains
General Information
: Pilgrim Houses, guest rooms and apartments
: none
Contact data
: 33 817 86 84
: 40
: 10
: internet, car park, tv/sat, pets welcome
Conference room
: Yes
: whole year

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Kompleks narciarski „Biały Krzyż” znajduje się w Szczyrku na malowniczo położonej Przełęczy Salmopolskiej (934 m n.p.m.) znanej również pod nazwą Biały Krzyż. Jest to jedno z najpiękniejszych zakątków w Beskidach gdzie najdłużej leży śnieg.
This is one of the younger landscape parks in Poland, which was established in 1998. The Silesian Beskids form a mountain range, which in the area of the Polish Beskids and the whole Polish Carpathians is the westernmost mountain group. Its highest peak is Skrzyczne (1257 m). The second prominent massif (merging with Skrzyczne into one range) is Barania Góra (1220 m). The range of Barania Góra and Skrzyczne is the core part of these mountains, which clearly distinguish themselves from the two remaining parts of the Silesian Beskids: the western part culminating in the peak of Wielka Czantoria (995 m) and the northern part, where the highest peak is Klimczok (1117 m).
The Salmopolska Pass rises to 934 meters high above sea level. It is a broad depression in the mountain ridge, which stretches from Mount Trzech Kopców in the Klimczok range in the north to the range of Barania Góra and Skrzyczne in the south-east of the Silesian Beskid. The voivodeship road No. 942 runs through the pass. It connects Bielsko-Biała with Wisła. The pass is an important hub of hiking trails and a center of winter sports. There is an inn, a bar, a car park and a bus stop.
Jaskinia Malinowska – the Malinowska Cave, the most popular cave in the Silesian Beskids, is 230 m long and 22.7 m deep. The opening to the cave lies at an altitude of 1080 m above sea level, on the south-eastern slopes of Mount Malinów (1115 m). There is a short approach from the red trail connecting the Samopolska Pass with the top of Malinowska Skała (The Malinowska Rock) in the Barania Góra Range. Attention: In recent times, metal ladders, allowing the descent into the cave, have been partially vandalized.
Mount Malinowska Skała rises to a height of 1152 m above sea level (in the mountain range of the Silesian Beskid). The mountain itself is rather not a tourist destination. This peak is usually passed by while hiking from Barania Góra to Skrzyczne or from the Salmopolska Pass to the village of Lipowa. However, it is worthwhile to take a closer look at Mount Malinowska Skała, because on its top there is a huge size block of sandstone - a monument of nature - and the top itself has a unique geological structure.
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Silesian Tastes Culinary Trail

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The restaurant is located in a historic building, which dates back in 1896.
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The restaurant was established in place of the nineteenth-century tavern "U Korbasa".