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Holidays in the Giant Mountains - why is it worth choosing the Giant Mountains?

Holidays in the Giant Mountains - why is it worth choosing the Giant Mountains?

02 March 2021

Karkonosze is the highest mountain range of the Sudetes, occupying an area of ​​about 650 km2, of which a little over 28% (about 185 km2) belongs to Poland. The highest peak of the Karkonosze Mountains is Śnieżka, which rises to 1603 m above sea level. The others include: Wielki and Mały Szyszak, Szrenica, Smogornia or Skalny Stół. The Karkonosze National Park has been established in the Karkonosze Mountains, which guarantees proper protection of this extremely picturesque area. Vacation in the Giant Mountains? It's a great idea! Check what the Giant Mountains offer and which hotel in the mountains will meet all your expectations!

Giant Mountains - amazing views

There are mountains? There are views, that's clear! The Karkonosze Mountains and their relatively easily accessible peaks offer the possibility of admiring beautiful and vast views of both the Polish and the Czech side. It delights both animate and inanimate nature - lush vegetation and numerous rocks, waterfalls, streams and streams.

Of course, the most beautiful views can be seen from Śnieżka, the highest peak of the Karkonosze Mountains, which is one of the most characteristic and part of the Crown of Polish Mountains. You can climb Śnieżka on one of the four routes, and on the Czech side of the mountain - use a gondola or cable car, which significantly shortens the way to the top.

The second most popular peak of the Karkonosze Mountains is Szrenica. This mountain is visited in crowds in winter and summer, and quite easy to climb also for amateurs. From its top you can admire, among others interesting rock groups: Trzy świnki, Twarożnik and Końskie Łby.

On the other hand, on Krzyżowa Góra, also known as the Three Kings Mountain, there is a former vantage point. At the top of the mountain you will find rocks with the Cross of the Three Kings of Prussia. The granite structure dates back to 1874 and was founded by Frederick William III, King of Prussia.

Karkonosze - mountains for amateurs and professionals

The Krkonoše Mountains can be admired during hiking and cycling trips, taking advantage of routes of various difficulty levels. There are more than 1-2 trails leading to most of the Karkonosze mountains: black, red, yellow and green. We will even enter some of them along comfortable, compacted and relatively wide paths. Most of the most popular mountains in the Karkonosze Mountains also have shelters where you can rest, warm up or cool down (depending on the season), as well as eat tasty meals or find accommodation. Moreover, most of the peaks and their hills offer excellent conditions for skiing or snowboarding for several months of the year. The Karkonosze Mountains are not too high and not too low mountains, definitely just right for amateurs and professionals!

Sosnówka - a unique town in the Giant Mountains

Are you looking for a place in the heart of the Giant Mountains? You just found them! Sosnówka is a picturesque village in the Podgórzyn commune, between Karpacz and Jelenia Góra. Once a settlement of weavers, founded in the vicinity of one of the oldest roads to the Czech Republic. Today, it is one of the favorite holiday resorts in the Giant Mountains, appreciated by tourists for its wonderful views, peace and closeness to nature, as well as a great location. It is a great starting point for lovers of the Giant Mountains, but not only!

Tourist attractions of Sosnówka

Sosnówka itself also has a lot to offer! The most famous monument of the village is the chapel of St. Anne on the Tomb, built on an unusual elliptical plan, dating from 1719. There are also two beautiful churches in Sosnówka: the baroque Church of St. Martin and the post-evangelical church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Ostra Brama, built in the 1820s. In addition, in Sosnówka there is a picturesque artificial reservoir, the Sosnówka Reservoir, into which the waters of the nearby streams: Czerwonka, Sośniak and Podgórna flow, and two important tourist routes run through the town: black and yellow. Sounds great, doesn't it? That is why we focused on Sosnówka and it is in this town that our hotel in the mountains is located.

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Hotel in Sosnówka? Lake Hill Resort & SPA, of course!

Lake Hill Resort & SPA is a four-star hotel in the Karkonosze Mountains, where we guarantee a comfortable stay at any time of the year. A design hotel with luxurious rooms of the highest standard and extensive infrastructure, situated on the Sosnówka Lagoon, with stunning views of the most important peaks of the Karkonosze Mountains, from Śnieżka to Szrenica. Our guests can count on peace, quiet and intimacy as well as the opportunity to pursue all tourist passions and sports activities: from hiking and cycling, to skiing or snowboarding.

This is a recipe for wholesome rest and effective break away from everyday duties and professional challenges. Even if you will enjoy the advantages of the hotel and the surrounding area only during breaks from business meetings!

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