Sniezka, the Karkonosze Mountains, Poland. The Karkonosze National Park spreads in the southwestern Poland and borders with Czech Republic. Sniezka is the highest point in the mountains and reaches 1,602 m (5,256 ft) above sea level. The structures on top of it look like a space station.
No professional equipment is needed to climb Sniezka from the Polish side. However, in winter it might be quite challenging. About 1.5 million tourists visit the park every year. There are many walking paths in summer and skiing areas in winter.
Why to go there?
Visit this wonderful nature reserve and you will meet friendly locals, as well as see these majestic landscapes.
When to go there?
Go in winter to ski, in summer to climb the mountains.
How to get there?
The path to Sniezka goes from adorable mountain town Jelenia Góra.
Read more: Poland Travel
Lead photo by Piotr Krzaczkowski
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