(ok. 1001 m n.p.m.)

43­-309 Bielsko – Biała

Tel. 33 814 40 47, 33 470 64 68


The lodge on Mount Szyndzielnia, sitting at the altitude of 1001 m.a.s.l. and erected in 1897, is the oldest lodge in Beskid Mountains. It is made of stone and its architecture with a distinctive tower makes it look like an Alpine lodge. In 1954, the lodge extension works began and in 1957 the second wing was put into operation, which currently houses a kitchen, a dining room for 108 persons and utility and storage rooms. In front of the lodge, there is a large terrace with tables and benches. Mount Szyndzielnia lodge is one of the most popular lodges in Beskid Mountains. A comfortable gondola lift, opened to public in 1953, modernized between 1994 ­ and 1995, is now one of the most modern gondola lifts in Poland and contributes greatly to the lodge’s popularity

The lodge offers:

  • 50 beds in double­, triple­ and dorm rooms,
  • Full board,
  • A shop with souvenirs, cold drinks and sweets,
  • Table-tennis room, a place for a bonfire,
  • Organisation of summer camps, family holiday camps, summer learning camps, winter learning camps and ski schools,
  • Winter ski-lift,
  • Satellite television, Wi­Fi,
  • Access by a gondola lift.

Nearby places of interest:

  • a sightseeing tower situated next to the the upper station of the gondola lift on Mount Szyndzielnia
  • The Alpine garden ­ – a rock plant garden with typical plants found in the Beskidy Mountain and the Alps
  • A gondola lift on Mount Szyndzielnia
  • Ski piste with a ski-lift, groomed