Wielka Krokiew - Ski Jumping Hill

Wielka Krokiew - Ski Jumping Hill

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Gabriela
Havirov, Czech Republic10 contributions
Feb 2022 • Couples
I did really liked the idea of people really jumping there from that height but I was kinda dissapointed about cable car price and the atracttinons price. But the ski jump really is inpressive.
Written February 11, 2022
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RavWoj
Rybnik, Poland729 contributions
Sep 2020
Nothing special – just a big ski jump. One can take the cable lift to get to the top of the ski jump and feel like the ski jumper as well as admire the landscape. Nest to the spot there are few bars, sport training centre, stalls/stands with souvenirs. One can get there on foot, by bus, by horse cab.
Written September 3, 2020
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endrju_74
Ipswich, UK4,851 contributions
Sep 2019
We already visited Wielka Krokiew few years back, we even writen review here on TripAdvisor, but due to some works being done to the jumping hill back then, it wasn't a full experience. In september 2019 we did go back to Wielka Krokiew, and this time we saw everything, at least we think so. Lots of changes happened in the meantime around those facilities, with a main one - the whole complex has been fenced out, so now there's only one way in, on the axis of the jumping hill, straight from Czecha/Piłsudskiego streets junction. Ther are gates that put many people off, but those are open for anyone, unless there's an event going on on jumping hill stadium, then it is with tickets only. So, we did go in, and first we went to see a small exhibition on life and career of Stanisław Marusarz, Polish ski jumper, having peak of his career in the thirties of 20th century - Wielka Krokiew ski jumoing hill is named after him. After visiting this small museum, we went to the bottom station of ski lift (tickets) to the top of the jumping hill, passing a place, where one can get into a large inflated tube and slight down the super steep landing part of the hill. Three different lengths of the slide are available, all of them not for fainthearted. Nothing for me. Ski lift has only been in use since 2008, which means before that all athletes had to walk to the top of the hill - I can't even imagine, how exhausted they were, before even taking their part in the competitions. Short ride on the lift, and then, here we are, we on top of the ski jumping hill Wielka Krokiew, with amazing views over the whole town. Absolutelly worth a visit, prices are not so high, and the view is superb. If only they organised things a little, on their premises within new fence, such as put some signposts to direct people to those two obiects: museum and ski lift, and above all - put signs "open" on those gates at the front, so people would know they can go in.
Written April 2, 2020
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Elliott H
Basingstoke, UK27 contributions
Oct 2019
We visited today and were sad to see the ski lift wasn’t running so we had to walk up the hill to see from the top

The scale of the ski jump is difficult to see from pictures but it is incredible that people actually jump down it
Written October 20, 2019
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pawel_hbg
Sopot, Poland9,637 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
It is the most Polish famous ski jump. I had a pleasure before to visit it from top. You need to look down from that perspective and then you can imagine how brave are ski jumpers and how great is this sport discipline.
Written August 18, 2019
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MikeRussel
London, UK6 contributions
Jan 2019 • Family
Great Fun with live ski jumping, a lot of people, it was really cold but amazing atmosphere so you didnt feel it, i will be there next year also
Written January 25, 2019
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AndrewRitchie
Auckland, New Zealand116 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
We had come to Zakopane for hiking and were unaware that there is a ski jump in Zakopane.

It was exciting to stumble upon the hill on a Friday and watch training jumps on three different sized hills.

Given that there is no snow in September we were even more surprised that at the weekend there was an international competition taking place.

Entrance to watch the competition was only 5ZL which was a bargain.

It was heaps of fun to watch and drew a decent crowd. There were lots of cheers for the local jumpers.

Great fun.
Written September 23, 2018
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Nathalie F
Singapore, Singapore403 contributions
Sep 2018
The ski lift ride up was fun, and it’s included in the entrance fee.

12zł (or was it 25zł?) per person if I recall correctly!

The view up there is amazing and I’m just wondering how these ski jumpers do it!
Written September 11, 2018
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ronimoon
Melbourne, Australia105 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
My husband and I walked here from the main town and took the chairlift up to the top. Pretty cool to see the jump as you don't get the perspective from the bottom. We then took the walking trail down which wasn't too bad. Suggest getting there by mid morning to avoid queues.
Written July 24, 2018
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Tim1972999
Perth, Australia132 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
This was pretty good. Its great to see where the olympic's ski jump was held! about 5 dollars for the lift up and down and thats pretty cheap! Really scary to see where the skiers start and finish!!! i liked it!!!
Written July 1, 2018
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