Sopot

Łysa Góra Ski Slope

  ul. Herberta 9, Sopot      (+48) 501 35 96 98     25 Nov 2022
Whilst the Pomeranian region is not known for its mountains, this is one of the few slopes around that gives northern Poles and tourists an opportunity for ski recreation. Translating as 'Bald Mountain' in English (cue the Mussorgsky score), the altitude at the top is only 110m above sea level and the ski-tow to get there is merely 286m, so set your expectations accordingly. While it's hardly hardcore, this centrally-located slope is perfect for beginners and families, and there's even a separate 32m sledding hill. Floodlights keep the fun going until late, and there's a restaurant at the foot of the slope, as well as ski/snowboard rental. If there's no snow they aren't open, so check their Facebook page if you're uncertain.

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Open

Open 09:00-21:00.
Snow required for slope to be open.

Price/Additional Info

1 tow to the top is 3zł, 10 trips 30zł, 20 trips 60zł. Ski rental 25zł/2hr, each additional hour 5zł.

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29.12.2017
Editor Gdansk
Sopot
Hi Stephanie. At the moment the slope is still closed as the snow hasn't arrived yet. The temperature is predicted to drop next weekend which might see the snow machines brought out. https://tvnmeteo.tvn24.pl/pogoda/gdansk,7478/dlugoterminowa,1/
26.12.2017
Stephanie
Birkirkara, Malta
Is lysa gora good for skiing at the moment?
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