The cable car to Kasprowy Wierch is the only alpine cable car in Poland.
The trip is full of great views and provides an unforgettable experience. The cable car’s upper station is located at an altitude of 1959 m (only 26 meters below the top of Kasprowy Wierch) and is the second highest building in Poland, after the Kasprowy Wierch Meteorological Observatory.
From the top of Kasprowy Wierch, visitors can admire the breathtaking mountain views. Once at the top, numerous hiking options are available: to Hala Gąsienicowa, along the east ridge through the Beskids, through Skrajna and Pośrednia Turnia to Świnica, or west to Czerwone Wierchy. In winter, Kasprowy Wierch offers opportunities for skiing and snowboarding. In addition to the cable car, there are two chairlifts into the Gąsienicowa and Goryczkowa basins. Well-prepared ski runs and the proximity of the mountains attracts crowds of winter sport enthusiasts. In the area around Kasprowy Wierch, Polish Cableways prepares a total of 14 km of ski slopes on natural snow. Runs in the Kasprowy Wierch area are FIS rated for competition.