"Dębowiec" is a modern ski resort with 600-m long skiing route, a 4-seat aerial tramway line with the length of about 680 m, a moving walkway for children, a snow park with snowboarding facilities along the skiing route and a climbing wall (www.debowiec.beskidy.pl).
Park linowy pod Dębowcem jest parkiem o podwyższonym standardzie bezpieczeństwo - system asekuracji nie pozwala na jednoczesne wypięcie się z dwóch karabinków.Przed wejściem na trasy wysokie każdy uczestnik zostaje ubrany w atestowany sprzęt asekuracyjny oraz zostaje przeszkolony jak się nim posługiwać.
Nad bezpieczeństwem uczestników czuwają wykwalifikowani instruktorzy.
Szyndzielnia is a popular peak with a height of 1028 m above sea level in the Silesian Beskids. It lies in the massif of Klimczok, and also within the administrative boundaries of Bielsko-Biala. The Szyndzielnia area is covered with mixed forests with a predominance of beech and a mixture of fir and spruce trees. Because of its proximity to the large urban center, and of large mountain hostel as well as of an easy access to the cable car, Szyndzielnia is one of the most frequently visited Beskids mountains.
Szyndzielnia boasts of one of the cable cars
in Polish skiing resorts. Szyndzielnia with a
height of 1028 m above sea level lies within
the boundaries of Bielsko-Biała. It has
always been a hiking and skiing centre in the
Silesian Beskids. The first records
concerning winter sports here come from the
end of the 19th century. Here we have a
good example of both tradition and
"Gypsy Forest ", a park area located in the
south of Bielsko-Biala, is a literal translation of
the German name "Zigeunerwald". However,
the name is a distorted form of "Ziegenwald"
which means "Goat Forest". In the communist
times, this area was called the People's Park.
From the second half of the nineteenth
century up to World War Two Gypsy Forest
was a spa and a residential district. While
walking through Gypsy Forest you can see a
wide variety of architectural styles and feel an
atmosphere of the bygone era.
Bielsko Błonia Park is a recreational area, which
extends into the southern part of the city, in the
district of Mikuszowice Śląskie, at the foot Równia
(610 m above sea level ) and (686 m above sea
level). In the park there are paths for walkers and
bikers and sports facilities such as sports
playgrounds, a mini-golf course, a large children's
playground and a special area for cyclists. In the
neighborhood there are hotels and restaurants.
Błonia Park is also a starting point for easy hikes to
the surrounding mountains.