Found in the western Ochota district, and more specifically, its ski centre, is located in Szczęśliwice Park, and works out a treat for any fans of winter sports visiting or staying in Warsaw. If you don't have any hills in your city - build them. This is exactly what happened in this case, having been used as a dumping ground for rubble after World War II, and later as a general refuse dump. It was only in the late 1960s that the mound of rubbish was covered with earth to be turned into a park, and as of the 1980s, a ski slope. The tallest hill in Warsaw, it measures at only 152m, but it's certainly a well-equipped centre covering an area of 35,000 sq/m with Poma ski lift and chair lift, where you can hire your equipment and even take up skiing/snowboarding lessons in winter. The centre underwent a huge modernisation in 2020! It is also open in summer for those wishing to get to the top of the hill to get some views of the city, and coming back down, you can ride the toboggan for 4.50/8zł!
Last entrance 30 minutes before closing. Admission 12-23zł per hour.
ul. Usypiskowa 18