Szyndzielnia shelter - was built in 1897 and is one of the largest tourist resorts in the Silesian Beskid at an altitude of 1001 m. The hostel has 56 beds in rooms 2, 4, 6 and 8 bed rooms.
On site is a restaurant, TV room, table tennis.
We can organize bonfires, barbecues and discos.
Near the lodge is a ski lift (450 m) and the top station of the gondola to Szyndzielnia. Rent snowshoes.
Tourist region: Silesia, Beskid Śląski
Location: in the mountains
: +48 33 4706468
: +48 33 8144047
: PTTK identity card, others
: bonfire place
: internet, tv/sat
: whole year
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