Located on the boarder between Poland, the Czech Republic and Germany, Sudety are old and majestic mountains where steep slopes contrast with flattened summits and vast valleys surrounded by highlands are sprinkled with numerous health resorts, skiing trails and excellent hiking routes.
The best known part of Sudety is the Karkonosze range, reigned over by the magnificent Śnieżka – the highest peak of Sudety. When hiking in Karkonosze you are sure to stumble upon one of the famous fantastically-shaped rock formations. Created as a result of uneven erosion, they take on peculiar shapes of mushrooms, castle ramparts, truncheons, animals and fairytale characters. Góry Stołowe located in Sudety Środkowe are also a popular destination thanks to their geological uniqueness. They are the only mountains in Poland with a plated structure, which means they have flat summits and steep slopes, a feature particularly interesting for lovers of rock climbing.
On top of great skiing conditions, Sudety also have rich history and impressive heritage.
The unique climate, the varied landscape, numerous health resorts as well as the cultural and historic values all contribute to Sudety being one of the most touristically attractive regions of Poland.